Oct 1, 2009

Lift the Blockade, Google!

Update: Google has restricted access to Eternal Remont for posting a picture of Anna Politkovskaya's alleged killer (posted over a year ago).

The picture has been removed. Appeals have been filed. No action has been taken. Eternal Remont is wating for the Google block to be lifted.

From Google's own crawler:
  • Over the past 90 days, eternalremont.blogspot.com did not appear to function as an intermediary for the infection of any sites.
  • Has this site hosted malware? No, this site has not hosted malicious software over the past 90 days.

Nevertheless, we can only laugh that both the Kremlin and Google consider Eternal Remont to be "suspicious."

5 comments:

Ern said...

It feels like Leningrad in 1942 up in here. Lift the blockade!

Ani said...

Actually, I believe there's a word for you -- (searching...) Ah, yes!

Hooligans! ;)

Ern said...

Yeah, we really did promote ourselves as such. YouTube videos with Donkeys are just so awesome.

Sublime Oblivion said...

Funnily enough, Google also considers Rosstat (Russia's statistical services) and Levada (opinion polls) to be malicious sites at times. So rest assured, the Kremlin and Google don't really see eye to eye.

elmer said...

Come on, now, is that really any question that ER is "suspicious"?

Was Monthy Python "suspicious"?

Do fat dogs fart?

Do bears doo-doo in the woods?

Is the Pope Catholic?

Does the Kremlin still seek to dominate the world?

Of course you are suspicious!

Keep on keepin' on!