Google searches web's dark side

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  1. ronjor

    ronjor Global Moderator

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  2. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Hello,

    This is my favorite:

    "The user is presented with links that promise access to 'interesting' pages with explicit pornographic content, copyrighted software or media. A common example are sites that display thumbnails to adult videos."

    In other words:

    - porn, copyrighted software or media are evil
    - trying to obtain these is evil (we don't wanna harm MPIA, do we?)

    So, the user has an option to:

    - search for porn, copyrighted software or media via other means ...?

    BTW, why is non-explicit porn content? A woman fully dressed?

    Second favorite:

    "The vast majority exploit vulnerabilities in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser to install themselves."

    As opposed to all those vulnerabilities in other browsers that ... wait ... there are none such.

    So, a conclusion: IE is evil, it will infect you if you try to visit fun sites, containing goodies that you want. Don't you find this method of punishment kind of conspiratorial...? A sort of Puritan Web Vigilantes - protecting the interesting of the rich via inferior software - sold by the rich?

    I'm onto something big here...

    Mrk
     
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