__/ [Berimor] on Friday 11 November 2005 22:19 \__
> On Fri, 11 Nov 2005 17:11:13 +0000, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> ^^^ Spam
>> I think such 'software' would only require a few lines of PHP or
>> nonetheless. Parse feed, choose random entries, spew out as HTML, get
> agreed... I tried to make such trick a year ago and been banned in a month.
Feeds have become 'food' for real-time content that is in line with emerg-
ing trends. Last year I found many of these in the indices, but they slow-
ly get eradicated and I rarely see them any longer. What about those
Notice the word "autogenerated". With server-site scripting it is so easy
to autogenerate sites these days. It is essentially like building a bot
that is a Webmaster which writes content at a pace as enormous as you wish
(bearing in mind the dangers of going 'on radar' and verge banishment).
As spammers get familiar with AI, it will be even *more* difficult to de-
tect the garbage. One could say that search engines are themselves 'gar-
base bots'. You enter some query and they spit out a collection of sen-
tences and links that are not coherent and inherently exploit content of
other sites. Many users will not even bother following the links. Unfortu-
nately, some spammers could use that as an argument to defend what they
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