londrum - 11:03 am on Jan 17, 2011 (gmt 0)
just an update: google have corrected it after i reported the page using their link. it only took them 5 days, which isn't too bad, so no harm done.
but i still think it's silly that they allow a website to become directly associated with a business when it's got nothing to do with it.
at the very least, they should do that thing where they ask the place page owner to deposit a file on their site, to prove that it's theirs.
and if google are just 'guessing' that the website belongs to the place page owner based on the words then that's even more silly.
the problem is that not every internet business is in a position to create a place page. because you have to link a physical address with it, which we might not want to do. and that leaves your URL hanging for anyone (or google) to pick up.