DailyTech probes website test bribes

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  1. Quitch

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  2. Tim Murray

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    I'm not sure why they didn't name names. Except for the obvious lawsuit implications, but c'mon, you can't pretend to be a hard-hitting journalist and then say "but we won't name names."
     
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    Isn't that the very definition of spreading FUD?

    "Bunch of technology websites, some of which you might be reading daily work on press-for-pay bases! Now, try and guess who does or doesn't."
     
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    Does kinda render the article... well... pointless.
     
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    Remember, if you accuse everybody else of being potentially unreliable, the only one who is not guilty by association is you...

    That, or they want to blackmail the sites that fell for it.
     

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