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Feb 4, 2013
Reminds me when Apple where telling people that Jail-breaking their phone was against the law. When in reality it was just against their terms of service.

They forgot that they are a company, not government.

Still many people believe it.
 
 
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Feb 4, 2013
Late to the party on this one but there are not enough foul words in the dictionary to express my contempt for people who use black-hat techniques to boost their ratings. Nothing annoys me more than finding the first page of search results populated by nothing but link spam and data aggregators with virtually no useful content. Things like FixYa and Yahoo Answers are especially annoying - the blind leading the blind screw up valid data to the point where it takes three times more digging than necessary to ascertain that one's search results have any meaning.
 
 
Feb 4, 2013
Common failure of the information superhighway - or rather, of the people using it. Just because you read it on the internet, doesn't make it true, even if it's at the top of the search results. (I consider the top of a search list to have, by virtue of its position, the credibility of the MSM...which still isn't much.)
 
 
Feb 4, 2013
I'm sure this one went over many peoples head...but made me lol ;)
 
 
Feb 4, 2013
Haha it's not *really* a law
 
 
 
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