Who says that isn't relevant? Having a long history of good would work in your favor the same way as having a history of bad would work against you.
Also, perhaps your more recent tracks on the web would come up higher on the list.
Ian Lamont writes: "Anger over Facebook's TOS update has forced the company to scramble. Yesterday, a spokesman released a statement that said Facebook has never "claimed ownership of material that users upload," and is trying to be more open to users about how their data is being handled. Mark Zuckerberg has also weighed in, stating "we wouldn't share your information in a way you wouldn't want." Facebook members are skeptical, however — protests have sprung up on blogs, message boards, and a new Facebook group called "People Against the new Terms of Service" that has added more than 10,000 members today."
arslion writes: "To live at the top of one of these roads would be my worst nightmare, mainly due to my current lung capacity being similar to that of a baby slug with a smoking habit. plus, i don't think i could sleep at night with my car parked outside unless it was cemented to the floor."