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So, what happens to the content at f-secure.com/weblog? For now, it stays right here. You'll find the archives here and you can search it with Bing. Why Bing? Because Google started censoring largely stopped indexing this blog back in October 2012. Something about our old-school approach with a full RSS feed clashed with Google's "Penguin" algorithm. (So much for organizing the world's information.) Bottom line, you don't have a right to be remembered by a search engine if it doesn't further its business interests. To be fair, Google had a big problem fighting against content farmers at the time, and we just got caught in the middle. Content farmers can take our full feed and republish it at will. And so out went the baby with the bathwater.
More about that in the future, perhaps.
Final thought: how has this blog remained secure when it's been running a platform version originally released on Jul 4, 2007? Simple. The platform has never been "on" the web! This Greymatter blog runs on an internal server, and we use a script to copy the content to a web-based folder. So what you are reading right now is only a copy.