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I received two emails today from Talion.com, which I had not heard of before, touting the establishment of a VoteWatch website for reporting of voter fraud during this election, and alleging conflict of interest in the ownership of major voting machine companies. (I'd say other bloggers got it too, there's no reason I would be singled out, and it wasn't personalized.) While both VoteWatch and the woman "reporting" the "conflict" purport to be independent, both openly attack Republicans.
First, VoteWatch, which is the least openly antagonistic but I think more of a concern. Here's how it paints itself, from the email I received:VoteWatch.US is a new web site allowing voters to register concerns about their vote immediately -- important, because by the time anybody catches most election errors, deadlines lapse. VoteWatch.US (not dot-com, not dot-org --it’s dot-US) now provides a central repository for voting glitches of all kinds -- access to polls, intimidation, strange vote-counting (as in Dallas, where votes for one candidate registered for the opposite candidate) and discrepancies in tabulation. Another Internet firm, Talion.com, has a database of over 450,000 editors, will monitor the complaints at VoteWatch.US and immediately notify the media when problems or patterns deserve more attention.
Indications are that election problems will be widespread -- at least a dozen states have elections that may hinge on less than 500 votes -- and it is the close elections where vote integrity matters most More: 31 News Reports of Major Election Errors: talion.com/election-mistakes.html -- VoteWatch.US: votewatch.us.
[Note: please report any indication of hacking for either site immediately, to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.]
So a few days after googling "top10th.net" and exploring their links, the google hit count dropped by over 99%?
Do you suspect that it was a direct result of your searching around? If so, how and why?
How can an organization remove what turns up on a google search?
Or are they some kind of sub-branch of Google?
And is this somehow connected to the way some organizations (like CTC) seem to have the ability to remove google cache records?
Who has the power to disconnect 99% of a topic's search records at the flick of a switch?
If the links were removed because of your queries, an equally important question is WHY? Why is what was public info, no longer available?
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