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Byline: DAVE MUNDAY
A few hours before Passover, Jerri Chaplin of Charleston was shocked to learn that people looking on the Internet for information about Jews are likely to end up at a Web site denying the Holocaust and portraying Jews as a threat to the American way of life.
Google is the world's most popular Internet search engine. Type in the word "Jew," hit Web search, and the resultant list is topped by a site called Jew Watch. Jew Watch promotes the belief that Jews control American newspapers, the movie industry, the banking system and the military for their own interests.
"I was shocked," said Chaplin, a Jewish poet. "When I actually saw …