1script - 8:29 pm on Oct 16, 2012 (gmt 0)
Well, Andre has definitely taken his "Trust no one" Google Spam Team approach to his new project, netcomber.com !
I have an issue with the entire premise of "Sites suspiciously similar to ... example.com" Sure, it's finding most of my sites (perhaps all - you need to register to see for sure and I didn't). But there is nothing suspicious about it (no effort to conceal it) nor they are actually similar! What makes two sites similar if all they have in common is a small part of a Whois record? And there is A TON of false positives based on similarities of WHOIS protection service return emails.
In other words: well, OK, there's a way to find SOME relationships between given sites. But not all of them should have spam-related implications! If this is the sort of an approach Google Spam Team is using, it's outrageously irresponsible in general, and even on the practical level I imagine the false positives create a lot of useless extra work.