Here's an odd one for the web experts...

ShavedLebaneseBear

Question: What kind of bear is best?
Oct 17, 2002
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I got an email from a client who is having a problem with a website. It seems that this website (in China - .cn) has porn on it, but also has his wife's teaching info (she's a professor) on it also. It looks like the site put her info on it, so that searches for her teaching stuff would lead people to the porn site.
Now, while I find this pretty funny, and I am tempted to make many "your wife is in porn" jokes about it, I am wondering if there is anything he can do about this. I assume legal action would be neccessary, but I think he is screwed since the site is apparently in China.

Any suggestions on how to get his wife's info. removed?
 

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Wackbag Staff
Aug 14, 2000
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Put up a webpage with the same info explaining the situation and how these chinese are trying to exploit her reputation.
 
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I'm surprised the site hasn't been censored by the Chinese govt.