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again: Political Misuse of Web
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- Subject: again: Political Misuse of Web
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- Date: Fri, 1 May 1998 13:44:42 +0200
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Hier der Originaltext:
Kelly Eberhard writes "It is apparent to me that either politicians
are very new and the internet game or that they really are a slimy as
the sterotype portrays them. This isn't just limited to the Democrats
in California (as described in another line of discussion on
slashdot). The Republican primary race in Nebraska has a candidate B.
Kruiper who is listing his competitors names on major search services
and linking them to his own web site. The candidate, Brad Kuiper,
whose policies I question is the pages he has registered on the
internet are for Lee Terry , Pat Jones , and Steve Kupka Now I do
beleive that it isn't illegal to register web pages that you make on
the web, I do believe this may fall under spam violation as it forces
users to download information that they weren't seeking and they have
to pay for online time while the page downloads." Fraudulent Search
Engine Entries aren't new, but it sure is annoying.