Due to the reinforcement of GPS positions because of expanding the scope of its application, not long ago theU. S. Security services came on the task of struggling with the spread of GPS blockers (gadgets that stop the work of GPS-receivers) for the security of various services. This idea seemed to be perfect convincing Google to terminate the on-line search results for GPS interrupters, according to Bob Brewin, the chief developer of nextgov.com, this idea worked at least for some time.
On the 7th of April a main editor, who had been writing about the GNSS problems for many years, was amazed with the number of references in his blog, which Google found on request “GPS jammer” (GPS jamming signal). Brewin immediately connected with the guys from Google. They told him that “The GPS-jammers’ links contradict to the company policy, which forbits advertising of hacking and some appropriate technology”, and that they will eliminate the problem. Indeed, the search on request “GPS jammer” have no effect in the evening. But on request “GPS jammer” with mark “Shopping” Google found 3 advertising references on the GPS-jammers’ sites.
And there was a big quantity of pages about those disablers in other search engines. In Feb, during the conference British expert David Last said how he got 185 thousands backlinks on this request. The number of GPS-blockers’ sites increased by fifty per cent just in a month. The abridgement of search of the exact phrase “gps jammer” by Google will remove about 106000 references – but it is a small relief.