From Codrea's latest at National Gun Rights Examiner...
|Big Brother is watching you|
"Wanting to read the original Spanish-language version of the page, I attempted to directly access
without all the fancy hoopla that came after it, figuring it was probably not needed, or if it was, I could just walk my way down to the article. Imagine my surprise when I was IMMEDIATELY redirected to a page about cyber-crime at www.fbi.gov.
Why would a Mexican newspaper redirect any of its links to the FBI?"
"There's only one reason I can see for a site to redirect a "not found" URL to the FBI... and that's if it's an FBI site to begin with.
It's more reasonable to assume a mistake or habit by an FBI coder in directing the "404" processing to a common page he's used to using than it is to assume that a Mexican newspaper is trying to frighten potential hackers with a bogeyman that has absolutely no jurisdiction in the newspaper's territory (or probably the hackers' either).
Is it reasonable for a Mexican website to use name servers in Pennsylvania?"