Looking through my http://anaelisafoto.blogspot.com webmaster tools, I went into my stats to view who was coming to my site and from where. Looking at the keyword search, I noticed the word “attack.” I took the next logical step, searched my name ana elisa fuentes, added the word “attack” and found the citations below via the Google search engine. They were not found on yahoo! or bing or any other search engine, only Google.
What am I to make of this?
I followed the necessary steps. I had already contacted police authorities. Did anyone bother to contact me? Reply to me?
Did anyone bother to contact me to offer protection?
Bother, to keep me informed? To offer reassurances of any kind?
NO THEY DID NOT.
GOOGLE CERTAINLY DID NOT. NOT EVEN AN APOLOGY OR REPLY SAYING THAT THEY WERE LOOKING INTO THIS.
Not one agency, authority, individual bothered to contact me.
Or perhaps, as an afterthought thank me.
in addition to many other support groups and agencies.
So for those individuals who believe that women have come a long way, and that feminism is an outdated concept, think again. I stand firmly and absolutely with a resounding NO! According to this report by Scientific American, Violence Against Women is Epidemic
Protections for women are needed now more than ever. Misogyny and VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN is unfortunately on the rise, despite the laws we have on the books.
A few days ago I found additional abuse via the Google search engine. I attempted to file a defamation violation with the Google search engine but it proved unsuccessful. I tried three-times to file and it was blocked.
My digital signature is clear and the correct box ticked but it was refused by Google. Another example of Google’s selective and discriminatory algorithm.
Here are the screen captures which confirm blocked access from filing. So Google, consider this another formal complaint.