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New 7search Disclaimer

Randy asked 2 years ago
At the top of their search results, in red, is the following text:

Visitors use our search database from throughout the English-speaking world. Be advised if you are accessing our site in the U.S., that Internet gambling sites that accept bets from U.S. visitors may be violating provisions of U.S. law and various state laws, and that placing bets from the U.S. at Internet gambling sites may violate some state laws.

Any thoughts on how this might affect anyone’s biz?

5 Answers
Dominique answered 2 years ago
It’s a disclaimer, like all of us should have on our sites.

This post would be better placed in the legal section. It would be nice to have all the things concerning the law at one’s fingetips in one place.

Perhaps we should post some examples of disclaimers over there, in the legal section.

Randy answered 2 years ago
A very nice colleague of mine allowed me to use her disclaimer on my websites actually…

Dominique answered 2 years ago
Is that so? Must be a nice person indeed. <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

wufu110 answered 2 years ago
Isn’t 7search notorious for scumware?

Dominique answered 2 years ago
7search has (or had, I am not up to date) a browser hijacker. It gets on your computer I don’t know how. It then acts whenever you make a typo in the browser address bar. When you mistype an address it hijacks you to the 7search search page.

It is very annoying. It will keep jerking your browser until you have 7search fully loaded, you can’t escape except by closing the window. When I had it I found none of the free spyware removers would touch it and I bought Aluria to help.

That turned out one of the best things I ever bought online.