Jul 08

Google Blacklists Millions of Websites

Over 11 million websites have been blacklisted and banned by Google. A massive block of websites registered for free through the co.cc subdomain have been silenced after the Internet giants have determined many of them to be unfit for the Web.

Google’s Matt Cutts writes on his Google Plus account that the company has the right to pull the plug on sites if they “see a very large fraction of sites on a specific freehost be spammy or low-quality.” 11 million sites hosted on the free-host co.cc were banned as a result, after Google decided that a large chunk of the content was malicious or otherwise below par for their Internet standards.


1 comment

  1. max

    How exactly does freedom of speech, and expression, have “standards”, by who,s or what authority determines those “standards”.Zucker of Zion was the keywine speaker at the spillbloodburgs meeting just recently, so is it any surprise junior would bend over for the old ones, being thankful for his table scraps, and all.I doubt he would have even been there, if just one of the old ones knew how a computer worked.

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