So no peek in new fetishes or changes in sexual habits. Lycos is a crappy search engine and the owner of services such as Ticketmaster , Angelfire and Tripod. Security Watch. A lot of people searched for soccer stars in June during the World Cup and the term "sniper" in October.
Schatz said Lycos filters dirty words because, like the seasons, they're unchanging.
In fact, most of Lycos' popular search terms are geared toward a younger demographic.
They use an excessive amount of popups and they are the creaters of the popular hard as hell to remove adware program "Lycos Sidesearch" Ticketmaster.
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But the scandal has also attracted the attention of Internet users from around the world.
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Another Google time line shows how the popularity of Las Ketchupa Spanish pop group with a catchy Macarena-like song, spread across Europe as the song caught on in different countries.
Sex terms tend not to change.
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The word "sex" is still the most researched term on the Internet, but both search engines filter out adult content.
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