Web_speed - 12:17 am on Aug 2, 2010 (gmt 0)
Something is different about your settings or something, not seeing it.
Strange that you guys cant see it. I use IE8 and FF and can see the problem in both. I also tried 3 different PCs and i see the same.
Maybe it has something to do with my geolocation (I'm in Australia). But trust me the the cynical copyrights abuse is right there staring at my face. I wish i could post screen shoots here.
Either make your site mobile compatible or disallow googlebot-mobile & don't expect any traffic from Google Mobile Search.
So you are saying that if my websites are not mobile compatible and i don't disallow googleboot-mobile then i should except/agree to google abusing my copyrights, scrapping my content (full pages) dismantle, and recycle it to their Android users as they see fit? while the user never leave their site?... I don't think so!
I'd appreciate someone located in Australia to try and recreate the problem:
1) run IE or FF and then load the following referral string (url)
2) Once on the SERP try substituting "stock+market+forum" with keywords which you know are most likely to bring out your web site in the results.
3) Click your web site from the results list and then try and browse it. Watch the url's while you are trying to browse your site. Also note how the content is filtered and hardly recognizable (no style sheets banner ads etc). You never get to see the real site UNLESS you click the "Go to site" tiny link right at the very bottom of the scrapped pages.