It took one of the most powerful newspapers in the free world to bring to justice a Brooklyn criminal who terrorized customers over the Internet.
After the story came out in the Times, Google said they were going to recalibrate their algorithms so crime doesn't pay (at least crime won't push a company's search rankings higher on Google). And finally, law enforcement got into gear and arrested Borker (the load of guns found in his apartment doesn't help his case).
Blogs are wonderful -- but may we suggest that everyone go out a buy a copy of the Times now and then?
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