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Search Engine Archives Negative Information in an Accurate Context

04-14-2021 09:40 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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Foul Speakers: Search Engine and Web Archive

Foul Speakers: Search Engine and Web Archive

A niche search engine is aggregating the work of the internet’s foulest speakers and archiving it in a format that begs users to remain skeptical. uses modern scraping techniques to crawl some of the darkest corners of the internet. Websites infested with consumer complaints, cheater reports, catfish, police informants, cyber bullies, gossip, and other forms of negative information.

Foul Speakers uses several scraping techniques ranging from primitive PHP cURL scripts to Google’s state of the art Puppeteer library for Node. The first version went live in November of 2019. That version used auto-blogging software to aggregate content from RSS feeds made available by source websites. Unfortunately, RSS has fallen out of favor with developers in recent years, so the next version used cURL to parse links from source code and copied source code from those links. Unfortunately, javascript has surged in popularity among developers in recent years and cURL cannot execute javascript. Fortunately, Google released Puppeteer which provides a high-level API for controlling headless Chrome. In layman’s speak that means that Puppeteer permits Foul Speakers to parse entire web pages including javascript using Google Chrome. This allows Foul Speakers to take full page screenshots of source material while copying main text elements.

Many websites crawled by Foul Speakers have gone offline in recent months. The most common type of website to go down has been cheater reporting websites. Websites where vengeful former lovers go to expose those that cheated on them. Foul Speakers is not sure why so many cheater websites pop up and disappear so fast, but thanks to Foul Speakers the work of their users lives on with a sort of Wayback Machine for negative content.

What about lies? Lies are one are one of the foulest forms of speech known to man. That is why Foul Speakers is the ideal context for aggregating works that should not be believed at face value. That is why Foul Speakers displays the phrase “Don’t Believe What You Read on the Internet!” in the top right-hand corner of every page. It has also developed an online test for users to take before deciding to believe what they read on the site. Foul Speakers hopes that doing such things will help discredit the internet as a source of information and help society learn to stop believing what they read online.

Foul Speakers is quickly becoming the internet’s centralized source for up-to-date negative information about people and businesses. If you would like to know if you or anyone you know has been the target of a vengeful nemesis simply visit and type in a name.

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Foul Speakers: Foul Speech Search Engine and Web Archive

Cyrus Sullivan
P.O. Box 86653
Portland, Oregon 97286

Foul Speakers is the internet’s latest search engine and web archive with a twist. It only seeks out negative information and presents it in a context that begs users not to believe it.

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