However, it's not uncommon for website operators to use these request outside of this constraint.
It is considered wise business practice for website operators to liberate themselves from dependence on search engine traffic.
Many rogue website operators make money through direct transactions with Internet consumers.
"Click-to-call" technology now virtually always refers to a means for a web consumer to ask a website operator to call her.
I don't even really think that there's anything individual website operators need to do.
Google used industry standard procedures that allowed website operators to prevent caching.
Some website operators have adapted Google bombing techniques to do spamdexing.
Furthermore, website operators may not distribute their legitimately collected lists.
As a consequence, the website operator would have to comply with the European data protection rules.
Only then will it be possible to ensure reliable content concerning medicines on the Internet, regardless of where in the world the website operator is based.