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A cult is defined as: a group whose followers have been deceptively and manipulatively recruited and retained through undue influence such that followers' personalities and behavior are altered; a group in which leadership is all-powerful, ideology is totalistic, and the will of the individual is subordinate to the group; and a group that sets itself outside of society.Includes sites of employment agencies, contractors, job listings, career information, career searches, and career-networking groups.
Includes web sites that host business and individuals' web pages, for example Geo Cities, earthlink.net, and AOL.Includes sites for game playing or downloading, game hosting or contest hosting, tips and advice on games or obtaining cheat codes ("cheatz"), and journals and magazines dedicated to online game playing.Includes sites for local, state, federal and international government sites, and government services, such as taxation, armed forces, customs bureaus, and emergency services.Includes sites for museums, galleries, artist sites (sculpture, photography, etc.), performing arts (theater, vaudeville, opera, symphonies, etc.), dance companies, studios, and training; book reviews and promotions; and variety magazines and poetry.Includes sites of weblogs (blogs), newsgroups, and opinion or discussion forums.Includes sites about television, movies, music and video programming guides; online magazines and reviews of the entertainment industry; celebrity fan sites; broadcasting firms and technologies (satellite, cable, etc.); horoscopes; jokes, comics, comic books, comedians, or any site designed to be funny or satirical; online greeting cards; and amusement and theme park sites.
Includes sites of fashion or glamor magazines, online beauty products, and cosmetics.
Includes sites for recipes, instructions or kits for manufacturing or growing illicit substances for purposes other than industrial usage; glamorizing, encouraging, or instructing on the use of or masking the use of alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, or other substances that are illegal to minors; information on "legal highs", including glue sniffing, misuse of prescription drugs, or abuse of other legal substances; distributing illegal drugs free or for a charge; and displaying, selling, or detailing the use of drug paraphernalia.
Includes sites for content delivery networks, XML reference schemas, web analytics and statistics services, transaction servers, and corporate image servers.
Includes child-oriented sites and sites published by children.
Includes sites identified to be hosting malicious content, representing a significant security concern.
Note: We do not include news, historical, or press incidents that may include the above criteria (except in graphic examples).