Pinning Down Abuse On Google Maps
A research paper by the University of California titled, “Pinning Down Abuse On Google Maps,” funded by a grant of 4.97 million dollars from the National Science Foundation, documents the extent we are exposed to misinformation on the Internet. This information can be in the form of a false address, fake map points, untrue claims all which could mislead the consumer. Many unscrupulous companies use these illegal techniques to gain a prominent listing. False listings can totally fool a consumer as they entice the consumer by suggesting a nearby false location, cheap prices, and even mimicking an existing reputable well-known service. This can create many unhappy customers left with poor workmanship and high costs once this locksmith arrives.