Google Sued By Pornographer for Their Search Engine Working…Too Well?
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Just when you think that you have heard everything.

Perfect 10, a website which offers nude photos of women, has sued Internet search giant Google, claiming that Google’s search engine allows people to access lists of Perfect 10 usernames and passwords, and that it also allows them to view photos which have been stolen from the Perfect 10 website and put up elsewhere.


Now, to make sure that you understand this clearly: Perfect 10 apparently has an unsecure file with usernames and passwords, or perhaps someone stole the file and put it up elsewhere.

And it’s Google’s fault that their search engine picked up this unsecure file.

And, someone stole pictures from the Perfect 10 website, and it’s Google’s fault that the stolen pictures have been put up on a publicly accessible site which has been indexed by the Google search engine.

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Boo hoo hoo , cry Aunty a river. [Pretty soon we are going to have to institute the ‘Cry Aunty a River’ drinking game. How many times can you find that phrase in posts from this year?]

The president of Perfect 10, Norm Zada, explained, “They’re showing pictures from my magazine and my website for free, so there’s no reason for anyone to buy my products.”

Hey, numbskull, how about you secure your barn door instead of blaming the person who found your horses?

 

You can read more about this on the BBC Website,

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