Google definitely has some anti-DoS, IDS, and/or something-or-others that can get rather upset when you try to access Google in a peculiar way without using an API. Surfing via open/heavily-used proxies, for example, can force you to solve a CAPTCHA before Google will let you anywhere near it's site with a normal browser.
I'm quite aware ... now, anyways. I've seen it from Chrome on my desktop ... probably because the entire office is behind NAT.
I'm doing stats now ... it appears that the Goog-juice I was looking for isn't really influencing my AI anyways, so I'll wait and see. Just one of those things where I pulled the trigger without really thinking about what the results might be ;-)
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