Random Text on the Internet

By Michael Reiter, Attorney at Law

Sometimes when you are doing research online, you come across sheer nonsense that almost makes sense.

[Company Name] respects strict compliance with treaty obligations as a law. When the management speaks about order fulfillment, there is no room for excuses. This concerns both the intellectual and practical contributions of workers. Having high demands the company tries to match them in working conditions. That’s why it provides modern equipment for office and guarantee social protection for the employees.

I was searching for information on a candidate running for local office, and this semi-gibberish appeared.  I found it amusing and I wanted to share it with my readers.

I cannot tell if it is computer-generated, or created by a non-native speaker of English. I assume that it is designed to fool Google into thinking it is unique content.  I thought Google’s more recent changes had banished such content to the land of wind and ghosts, but perhaps not.

I think this content was highly rated on Google because there was limited information on the candidate.  The information was not actually created by the candidate, it was created on what used to be called a link farm, and I have no idea what it is called after Google’s last round of updates.

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