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08. 08. 2009

Bing, not your neighborhood pharmacy


If you've been playing with Bing, Microsoft's new search engine, the word is to be very very careful about using Bing to fill your prescriptions for meds.

Two Web policing agencies, LegitScript and KnujOn, have teamed up to report that rogue pharmacies--online drug stores that fill prescriptions illegally--are grabbing most of the ad space on that coveted first page of Bing hits. The study found that the sites were selling drugs without a prescription and also supplying counterfeit drugs.

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