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So because Google, genius of geniuses can't seem to devalue it on their own....we have to deal with Negative SEO with no recourse?
I'm afraid to use the spam reporting tool too much cause it might give the impression I'm a crybaby
dsfs.wfdgegf.dfqwgfvqe.comwith obviously spammy content meant to make a quick buck BUT I don't report others. Using a disavow tool though, as I was trying to say in the post you're quoting, could be used by Google to determine junk sites in much the same way as a spam report.
You can use nofollow for outbound links to show you don't trust the website the link points to.
It is about time there was a reverse. If a site you don't trust points to you, you should be able to signal 'nofollow' in reverse, either in webmaster tools or a txt file like robots.txt.
This tool is online since mid october see: