I'm starting this thread here in case it gets lots in the main thread. As stated in the main thread, google has incorrectly reported this forum as a web forgery. Ok, this is were we could use everyones help.
Strange as it seems, our main site (http://www.celticradio.net) is reporting no errors.
The more I read about this online, the more I am finding other sites that have run across this same issue. Kinda scary that google is getting alot of power to mess up innocent sites. Maybe there is something about the complaints against them.
Kinda scary that google is getting alot of power to mess up innocent sites. Maybe there is something about the complaints against them.
Something that I've been saying for quite some time now. "Big Brother" isn't always in the form of government- what makes people think that any corporation has the general publics best interests in mind? Ultimately, any corporation has their own "bottom line" as the final deciding factor in any decision. I mean, we're talking about a company that puts out the most prolific piece of spyware in the world: the Google Toolbar. This little piece of trash reports to Google each and every webpage you visit, along with a personal identifier for each machine it's installed on. Google never purges their old data. Meaning they know what you searched for years ago. If you use Google Mail (gmail) they have a copy of every mail you sent or received- even if you thought you deleted it. Google started maintaining this "website blacklist" in 2003. Quite coincidentally, that's the exact same year they took the lead in the search engine market. Or is it really coincidence?
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Strange, didnt know that google had something to do with Mozilla firefox, but I guess they are using their services to identify bad websites.
Mozilla uses Google for the same reason you do: a source of revenue. Mozilla is a non-profit organization, all their software is free. Their only revenue is from selling things like tee-shirts and from what Google pays them for bundling the Google Toolbar in their pre-compiled packages. I'm not sure exactly when the Google blacklist became the default, but no doubt there was money involved.
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