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Re: [dvd-discuss] ``irreparable damage to my client''
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- Subject: Re: [dvd-discuss] ``irreparable damage to my client''
- From: Scott A Crosby <crosby(at)qwes.math.cmu.edu>
- Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2002 21:42:07 -0400 (EDT)
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On Fri, 26 Apr 2002, John Schulien wrote:
> This story just gets better and better.
> As of this evening, the link to the chillingeffects page (with the
> still-active cows URL imbedded in the google-cache URL)
> appears as entry # 4 in a search for "sara glover" within quotes,
> and #7 in a search for "sara glover" without quotes. Apparently,
> a lot of people are posting links to that page on forums, blogs,
> list archives, and the like, and pushing the page inexorably towards
> the #1 entry, where it will most likely stay forever.
Nope... If I do a search for
I see nothing. This may be an artifact of google not recording the CGI
> So not only is her story still available, but now:
> o She's entered the storied pantheon of internet laughingstocks.
> o She has to pay the lawyer for the letter that put her there.
I don't know.. Who else other than us here really knows about it?
Doing a web-search on the name ' "Vivian's Vow" ' doesn't find anything
other than the DMCA notice and, only *one* link to the actual story (on
textfiles.com. Wanna take a bet who's going to get a notice next? Looks
like [private] will suppress history.
Doing a similar search on 'Sara Glover' finds very little either.
So, google doesn't seem to have indexed any discussion or other site that
has her name on it that could lead to an increased ranking.
> I think that Google has developed an excellent strategy
> for dealing with this sort of problem.
Ya gotta admit, it is pretty sweet. :)