On a day when Christians around the world celebrate Easter, it appears one popular search engine has the Internet buzzing; not for what it has done but for what it has not done.
Google.com, a search engine known for its doodled logos, opted to go with the celebration of Cesar Chavez's 86th birthday instead of Easter on its main search engine page. That decision has now gone viral on Twitter and Facebook where people are expressing their opinions on the issue.
Facebook user, Kisha Hartman writes "Believe it or not, you can't deny the historical significance of Jesus. Google dropped the ball on this." Others aren't so offended, like Carol Sterling who posted " Not everyone is a believer, it's okay". Some however say they're even switching their search engine preferences over Google's Doodle decision.
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