So, to summarise, here are three statements that Google’s AMP team are currently peddling as being true: AMP is a community project, not a Google project. AMP pages don’t receive preferential treatment in search results. AMP pages are hosted on your own domain. I don’t think those statements are even truthy, much less true. In fact, if I were looking for the right term to semantically describe any one of those statements, the closest in meaning would be this: A statement used intentionally for the purpose of deception. That is the dictionary definition of a lie.
If what Jeremy has written is true, I need to know; is there a way to setup my websites to opt-out of AMP?
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