Skip to comments.Google Sabotaging Free Republic Searches Again [aw!m vanity]
Posted on 10/06/2016 7:01:14 AM PDT by Arthur Wildfire! March
Google is at it again, sabotaging us.
I typed an advance search: cloward piven.
I restricted the search to freerepublic.com
And a bunch of jibberish 'web sites' came up with dire warnings before they displayed an actual thread:
"This site may harm your computer."
As for myself I’m not seeing any problems. I googled “Free Republic” with no problems. Then I googled “Artemis Webb Free Republic” again with no problems.
No tracking, no ads, no bubble......
gigglebox as a last resort
Been going on for eons.
can we over come everything being against the American people?
They don’t nerf opposition-research on us so that people can datamine us.
It’s very selective.
I got normal results just now - maybe they’re monitoring us.
site:freerepublic.com “cloward piven”
After obama gave the internet away, Free Republic’s, Conservative Sites, and Christian along with Jewish sites days are numbered in the low digits.
I never ever ever use google for anything if I can avoid it.
You can take to the bank that they are monitioring anyone using Free Republic.com. And have been for years.
Thank you! Saved the page in favorites ...
>>You can take to the bank that they are monitioring anyone using Free Republic.com. And have been for years.
Then let me be the 9 millionth to say that Barak Insane Yomamma is a pansy dictaster.
Top four hits were still absolute junk and tagged with warnings.
But I used an advanced search page, typing freerepublic.com in the alloted bar.
I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s coordination, such as the FEC’s recent move.
I like the options in google to rapidly narrow searches, but this also has advanced options if you type them in manually:
I agree, I’ve been using duckduckgo for long time too.
Oh, I forgot.
I use https:
(secure shell, TLS only)
Life is good.
site:freerepublic.com cloward piven
I get "This site may harm your computer" on most of the hits.
I get the same results when searching for anything containing English text. This also happens when searching for foreign words that are newsworthy (like "Merkel" or "Farage").
Here's the weird bit: When the search terms involve no normal English text (like names of freepers or obscure foreign words) there is no such warning. E.g., searches like the following work OK:
It looks like the warning is triggered by the search terms; and the content of the pages found is irrelevant.
I just tried out ...
It’s wicked-fast. Of course, I set my browser to not load images, so it may not reflect everyone’s load speed.
Can’t make up my mind, guys!
Both are really great.
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