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  • New whitelist sources added

    July 1, 2004

    Added a new whitelist source: domains of publically-traded companies listed at dmoz and Google. Each yields lists of about 4300 or so of mostly the same domains which are now excluded from SURBLs. Here are the extracted dmoz and Google public company domain lists.


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