RedBar - 12:58 am on Oct 16, 2013 (gmt 0)
Fast forward 6 years or so, and Google has built up vast repositories of data on individual sites and query intent based on what users have been typing in, and how they've been responding, making the former somewhat redundant.
Therefore presumably, absolutely no necessity for anyone to go to the scraped site since Google supplies the answer free of charge and no one queries as to whether it is correct or not?
Intention or not, Google is scraping sites for ITS own benefit, not for the webmaster/company who has provided it, it is pure theft, nothing else!
Google's algo has not a clue whether ANY scraped information is correct or not, their current SERPs, and especially images, demonstrate this to perfection!