The owners of pussy.org contacted me last weekend (I was on vacation and did not get the email until today). Evidently they have ranked #1 for the word "pussy" for 6 years and receive over 140k visitors a day from it.
So it seems as of Saturday if you searched for pussy pussy.org still ranks #1 but if you click on it takes you to a Interstitial page that warns you that there could be malware and stuff like that on pussy.org.
Now here is the kicker... if you search the site they are saying reported pussy.org for the malware…. pussy.org is no where listed. Even after doing deep searching on the site I was not able to find any report of pussy.com.
Even more interesting was out of the 50 sites I checked on stopbadware.org not one of them had a malware warning and even more interesting is if you click the sub links to pussy.org you get no interception page.
So... What trips this Google Interception and why would it only go to the root domain? Search Volume? Weird stuff.
Now the people who own pussy.org assure me they have never had malware eon there website and while I can not confirm that... it is interesting that they have no listings on that site for there domain yet Google intercepts you before you can go to there site.
This opened up a lot of questions in my mind... Can it be that easy to take out a competitor? Someone could have just filed tons of reports against shoemoney.com being I was hacked for 2 hours last week and people were directed to malware. What are the legal ramifications here? This isn’t like Google is moving the sites rankings down but rather they are stepping into there 140k+ hits a day and warning people there is malware on the site.
This is the first time I have seen Google jump into results like that.