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Google memorializes slain UK MP Jo Cox

Almost a week after her murder and on what would have been her 42nd birthday, Google invites users to donate to a GoFundMe page set up in Cox's honor.

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The Google page shows Cox by the Thames in London.

Google/Screenshot by Kent German/CNET

Google's UK site today paid tribute to Jo Cox, the British Member of Parliament who was killed last week near her Yorkshire office.

The company added an "In Remembrance of Jo Cox" link on its UK front page, Google.co.uk, below the Search bar. The link leads to a Google+ page with a photo of Cox near her London houseboat on the Thames just past Tower Bridge.

"Today, on what what would have been her birthday, we'd like to honour and remember Jo Cox MP, who dedicated her life to the belief that there is more that unites us than divides us," the post said.

The page also has a link to a GoFundMe page set up by Cox's family that is raising money for three charities chosen by her family. At time of publication it had raised £1.28 million.