enigma1 - 7:59 am on Apr 14, 2012 (gmt 0)
if you were doing an experiment you would have much more than a posted claim that you did this you would have stats and graphs and... well honestly... when you buy $200 bucks of something for a domain
Are you referring to my post or you generalize as I see a mixture of various posts together.
"I know for sure"... a bold statement based on what?
Or you are not reading what I post and just quote one thing and answer another?
Yes I know for sure that a code side-effect can be exploited in many different ways. If in doubt you can read other threads of people wondering how they endup with all sort of errors in GWT or just browse questions in the apache server forum. Just one mistake can make the spider see the planet through the site. That can be intentional or unintentional that wasn't my point and I've no idea how it relates to the google webspam team?
Or perhaps you meant code problems may exist but noone knows about them and so you want to see a step by step instruction manual how to do it in order to be convinced? From the angle I consider this may happen is not guessing.
Instead, you should be asking how webmasters react to these problems. Some blame the spiders, some themselves and others are in a limbo. IMO instead of worrying first if others do shady stuff, fix your own problems.