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Now Google Patents Their Own Autoposting Bot

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SolidTactics, Dec 1, 2013.

  1. SolidTactics

    SolidTactics Regular Member

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  2. Jonny Quick

    Jonny Quick BANNED BANNED

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    What happens when Google violates Facebook's Terms of Service? Does Facebook sue Google? Does Google punish Facebook in the SERPs in retaliation?

    As an aside. Do you ever really, REALLY fucking hate Google? Have you ever decided to go through your computer and remove any trace of fucking Google completely? I have. Use a software like RegSeeker, which will give you a list of registry entries that contain the text you tell it to search for, and have it run a search on the text "google". Jesus H. Christ, that fucking Google is EVERYWHERE. Hundreds and thousands of registry entries with Google this, and Google that, Google here and Google there.

    That fucking Google is everywhere.

    Maybe someday Dr. Seuss will do a story about Google.
     
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    Seeing nobody as far as I know has not put a patent on such software means its there for somebody to grab and legally own it's concept.I think Google put a patent on it to either force people using there "patented idea" to pay monthly fees to them for using there concept or face legal action if they don't pay and google sues them and shuts them down.Basically forcing people to stop using bots for good.So there end game is to own the rights to auto posting thus shutting it down.

    That's what I think.
     
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    Yes and no. I do agree with what your saying as they want people to pay them but they shouldn't be allowed to patent something that has already been created by so many people and is in the 'public domain' basically. The problem is these judges don't know so they might just give Google the rights to this which is bullshit.
     
  5. Skyebug77

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    Google is the biggest f.....g LIAR & now I guess Copycats ever. When they now have to copy after everyone elses technology like an auto posting bot that reposts comments and shit we know they are on a down hill slide.

    Might be years but all empires fall.

    Lets sit back and watch these pieces of shit fall.
     
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    Even if this were true, the technology and "concept" if sued would have to still show that the other software copied or behaves similar within reason of their concept. Using publicly available code and technology does not mean their patent will affect you or you will be sued. '

    My bets are Google will use this for connecting social accounts across many platforms.