• http://www.kyleeggleston.com/ Kyle Eggleston

    Online pharmaceuticals will always be a problem for Google. Personally, I feel like Google should blacklist these keywords altogether and MANUALLY rank these search results (tedious, I know), but it will close the Spam door. Best of all, no one will be able to gain access to illegal drugs via Google.

    Google’s privacy policy still acts as an umbrella between offenders and the US government. Until this veil is breached, no one will be deterred from trying to game Google’s SERPs for pharmaceutical keywords.

  • Illogicalthinker

    I think this AG should be fired. Google is a search engine. Google provides information defined by user queries. I suppose they should be flamed for teaching idiots how to snort coke and cook meth as well.
    No one in their right mind should be purchasing “Viagra” from Bob Sanchos in Czech. If someone thinks that is a good idea, maybe they should have to deal with the consequences.
    If anything should be targeted for faulty pharmaceuticals it should be the FDA for instilling false confidence in drugs.