The latest wrinkle in Web technology is something called "page-jacking," in which Web sites that nearly duplicate legitimate ones, when entered, whisk children and others into an electronic maze of pornography.
For instance, a site apparently about a popular movie sent visitors to sites with lurid photos. When puzzled surfers tried to close the windows, others opened automatically, displaying more pornography.
Source: Associated Press
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