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Our quality guidelines prohibit manipulative or deceptive behavior, and this stance has remained unchanged since the guidelines were first published over a decade ago. Recently, we’ve seen some user complaints about a deceptive technique which inserts new pages into users’ browsing histories. When users click the "back" button on their browser, they land on a new page that they've never visited before. Users coming from a search results page may think that they’re going back to their search results. Instead, they’re taken to a page that looks similar, but is actually entirely advertisements...Google Warns Webmasters: Deceptive or Manipulative Browser History Insertion May Result In Action [googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com]
To protect our users, we may take action on, including removal of, sites which violate our quality guidelines, including for inserting deceptive or manipulative pages into a user's browser history.
you'll have to face the consequences.
That's kind of my point, what are the consequences? There are none in the real world, worst case scenario is that a site gets de-indexed from google, worst case.
I just looked at the post again on google's blog, I see their concern now, the faked results are much better than google's serps...
it's not really a search engine problem