Joining the ranks of Super Diaper Babies is Google.

CNET‘s Elinor Mills, who also wrote about the CPB-associated MSN Spaces hack, used Google to find out information on that company’s CEO, which she published in an article. Google thereupon began to scream and beat the ground with its angry little fists. In a petulant and adolescent move, Google says it’s now refusing to answer any questions by CNET for a year.

Apparently, “getting grounded” is part of Google’s “corporate culture.”

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