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Comment: Re:Just stop hosting it! (Score 1) 69

by Simpson,Homer_Jay (#40388197) Attached to: Google Detects 9500 Malicious Sites Per Day
<quote><p>Did you see that "Report abuse" link on the bottom of those pages, eejit? Did you click it?</p>

Yes, it has been clicked on many times, and reported to many contacts @Google. Their abuse was de-centralized many moons ago down to the product level, and it's been a mess ever since.

Does it take a genius to remove phish and malware reported to Safe Browser when they are hosted on blogspot and google docs? Nope.

Comment: Just stop hosting it! (Score 1) 69

by Simpson,Homer_Jay (#40387465) Attached to: Google Detects 9500 Malicious Sites Per Day
Gmail, Google Docs, Blogspot - Google needs to eliminate abuse on their products.

Do a search in Google for - https://docs.google.com/a/njit.edu/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dEdpR1lrTjZPenFtY3BkS1l3UF9VWHc6MQ

hmmm, no flags...

or how about https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dEZfZjkwa0FxYmRRbzFvend5ODhhX2c6MQ

oh, it's in Phishtank as 100% verified (and yes, Google gets reports from Phishtank), but has Google taken it down? NO.

Geniuses would have this down programmatically. Google only does enough to make it look like they care about abuse; they don't.

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