Sydney Morning Herald

o'Reilly

The Age

Note there's no mention on SMH about his Internet business profile reported in the other publications (including a main stream media paper, The Age)...

Although there's nothing wrong in selling pop-ups or pop-unders, this line on The Age is interesting: "Another CPM website, 2nd-thought.com, initiates a so-called browser hijacker program that resets the user's home page and often redirect searches".

And O'Reilly blogs say "AdsCPM.com is currently offline, but an archived version of the site says the company served up 20 million pop-ups per day. Other sites hosted at the same IP address indicate the reach of the company's spyware enterprise. They include two sites infamous for distributing spyware ---FREESCRATCHANDWIN.COM and XZOOMY.COM, as well as one selling pop-up blocking software, kill-pop-ups.com"

Interesting...