So apparently Erin Andrews was being recorded through a small peephole camera for a long period of time, even when she was in her hotel. Although that’s to be expected with a famous celebrity, what makes this story interesting though is the amount of people searching on Google for “Google Cache Erin Andrews” and “Google Cache”.
Apparently, earlier in the day, Google had removed the popular video from their search results. This, as expected, caused a massive influx of people searching for the cached version of the video. My question to them is why would Google be so dumb as to include cached search results of something they’ve banned? It just doesn’t make any sense whatsoever to me.
Maybe I’m missing something… Can anyone clear this up for me?