Spamming Google Surveillance Search Results

Author: John Honovich, Published on Aug 27, 2013

Crappy CCTV stores ruin searches for common surveillance terms, making it comically hard to find real information. Google is, unfortunately, deeply gamed. Online stores spend a lot of time and effort ensuring that. Even worse, users go to the stores buying second rate (or worse) products for a premium price.

This is a behind the scenes story of what goes on and how this nonsense works, hurting the rest of us.

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