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Thursday, April 12, 2012

FCC checking out my site...why?

Just checked my sitemeter, saw the FCC was checking out this piece I posted a couple of weeks ago:

related to this piece posted yesterday:

Here's the info on it:

Domain Name ? (U.S. Government)
IP Address ? (Federal Communications Commission)
ISP Federal Communications Commission
Continent : North America
Country : United States (Facts)
State : District of Columbia
City : Washington
Lat/Long : 38.9097, -77.0231 (Map)
Distance : 2,227 miles
Language English (U.S.)
Operating System Macintosh WinXP
Browser Safari 1.3
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1) AppleWebKit/535.19 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/18.0.1025.151 Safari/535.19
Javascript version 1.5
Resolution : 1024 x 768
Color Depth : 32 bits
Time of Visit Apr 12 2012 12:29:50 pm
Last Page View Apr 12 2012 12:29:50 pm
Visit Length 0 seconds
Page Views 1
Referring URL
Visit Entry Page http://americaswarch...-trayvon-martin.html
Visit Exit Page http://americaswarch...-trayvon-martin.html
Out Click
Time Zone UTC-5:00
Visitor's Time Apr 12 2012 3:29:50 pm
Visit Number 130,815
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Visitor PathDuration (s)


rjp said...

One page view, zero seconds.

I'd say they are spidering pages looking for keywords. They didn't find any and went about their business ... uh, the computer that was doing it went about it's business.

The real question is "Why is the FCC spidering private webpages, something over which they have no powers?"

Unknown said...

I think we probably know why...I've gotten some nasy remarks and threats over Trayvon's punk ass facebook posting, yet somehow I don't think the FCC was word searching THEM...