If Google bans Google

[Update]
In an excellent move of fairness, the Google Chrome page no longer appears on the organic results for "browser".
Here is a screenshot (G+ doesn't allow me to add another photo on this post any more)
http://giannopoulos.net/2012/01/03/if-google-bans-google/google-chrome-demoted/
Here is Matt Cutt's post on the matter
https://plus.google.com/109412257237874861202/posts/NAWunDzJSHC
It would be nice if they also stopped the paid ad for Google Chrome from appearing on the top spot of the results by the way… :)
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will it break the internet? :) Apparently Google has been paying for blog posts about Google Chrome, against it's own rules for the rest of the internet. On the issue:

The original article by SEOBook
http://www.seobook.com/post-sponsored-google
Article on Search Engine Land
http://searchengineland.com/googles-jaw-dropping-sponsored-post-campaign-for-chrome-106348
Google's "Paid Links" guidelines
http://support.google.com/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=66736
Google says it's the marketing firm that did it
http://www.theverge.com/web/2012/1/3/2678948/google-unruly-media-response-chrome-sponsored-post

Damn marketers! We told you, "NO EVIL"! :)

P.S. I love the quote from Search Engine Land: "So what have we got? Google’s paid for a content-light post that’s not a review of Google Chrome, nor a review of how Google Chrome helps small business, pushing a video that also doesn’t show how Google Chrome helps small businesses."