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What Can Bots Do?

You might not even know it, but there are bots out there feeding on your website, eating up your bandwidth and scraping your site content. Stealing from you!

Read more about what types of bots you can block.

Frequently Asked Questions.

What women would like men to do.

The off plan for outsmart female fat: inactivity.

Block the estrogen receptor for breast cancer prevention: raloxifene.

Menopause and hormone replacement therapy (hrt): possible side effects of progestogens used in hrt.

The menopause gateway: help is on the way.

Controlling our reproductive destiny: legal principles - t + 1.

Premenstrual syndrome: how to help yourself - diet.

Fwomens problems: when the egg is not fertilized.

Alexander procedures for pregnancy and labour: the monkey.

Getting pregnant: unexpected labor events.

Benefits Of Blocking Unwanted Bots

  • Reduced bandwidth costs
  • Reduced server load from illegitimate traffic
  • Stop email scrapers
  • Stop image scrapers
  • Stop copy scrapers
  • Stop snoopers!


Even if most persons believe that the decision to harm themselves is their own to make, paternalists point out that, under certain circumstances, almost everyone is willing to limit his or her right to self-determination. Competent adults may decide at time t to precommit themselves to a future course of action at time t + 1 that will prevent them from indulging in self-harm then. Among the reasons competent adults may give for limiting their own liberty are the following. First, a person may know that she or he cannot trust herself or himself at time t + 1 to do what it is she or he agreed to do at time t. For example, so that he will take his much-needed but hated medicine at time l l1, Joe gives Jane his bottle of pills at time t, instructing her not to go out with him unless he takes one of them. Second, a person may find it advantageous that others know that she or he has precommitted herself or himself to a certain course of action. Returning to our example, if Jane knows Joe does not want to change his mind at time t + 1, the actual time for him to take his medicine, about a decision he made at time t to take it, Jane will not have to feel in anyway apologetic when she refuses to go out with Joe until he first takes his medicine.

As desirable as it may be to protect one's self from one's own future irrationalities, it may be even more desirable to protect one's self from the future irrationalities of the groups to which one belongs. In Managing the Commons, Garrett Hardin describes a classic case of group irrationality. A town has one common sheep pasture that is rapidly becoming overcrowded. Reasoning that "just one more sheep won't hurt," each citizen irresponsibly continues to add sheep to the pasture until no more grass is left for any of the sheep to eat, with the obvious disastrous consequence. Had the citizens been bound by an agreement made at time t setting an upper limit on the number of sheep allowed in the pasture at any future time including time t + 1, then they would not have been able to keep on adding sheep to the pasture. In other words, such an agreement would have enabled the citizens to act in their real best interest at time t + 1, that of preserving a common sheep pasture, when tempted to act in their perceived best interest, that of adding more sheep to the common pasture.


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