ElgooG

elgooG (Google spelled backwards) was a mirrored website of Google Search with horizontally flipped search results, also known as a "Google mirror".wikipedia
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elgooG

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elgooG (Google spelled backwards) was a mirrored website of Google Search with horizontally flipped search results, also known as a "Google mirror".

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elgooG (Google spelled backwards) was a mirrored website of Google Search with horizontally flipped search results, also known as a "Google mirror".

China

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All Too Flat's elgooG site found practical use in the People's Republic of China after the domestic banning of Google, circumventing the Great Firewall.

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All Too Flat's elgooG site found practical use in the People's Republic of China after the domestic banning of Google, circumventing the Great Firewall.

Great Firewall

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All Too Flat's elgooG site found practical use in the People's Republic of China after the domestic banning of Google, circumventing the Great Firewall.

WHOIS

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A whois request shows that the domain elgoog.com was registered to Google Inc. since 2000, but it is currently for sale.

April Fools' Day

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* elgooG, operated by Google Inc. on April 1, 2015 as an April Fools' Day joke.

Googlewhack

One can write the Googlewhackblatt on a website, but backwards, and then search on elgooG to view the list properly while still keeping the Googlewhackblatt's status as a Googlewhackblatt.

Internet censorship in China

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In 2002, Chinese citizens used the Google mirror elgooG after China blocked Google.