Articles end with very scummy suggestions. At least to me it looks as if it's recommending other articles, but they're actually "Sponsored From Around the Web".
Apparently unregulated medical claims, yay.
New "Skinny Pill" Takes Country By Storm
Time Can Be Cruel: 19 Celebrities That Have Aged Terribly
1 Strange Fruit to 'Fight' Diabetes
Revealed: How to Restore Your 20/20 Vision in 7 Days
Remove Your Eye Bags Instantly
"Steroid Alternative" Putting Gyms Out of Business
'Legal Steroid' Putting Gyms Out of Business
Controversial "Skinny Pill" Sweeps the Nation
This website is safe. It is very useful, but is has many ads.
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List not free software as free.
I am a little tired of this. A software that is free only in certain situation (e.g. for personal use) is not a _free_ software.
Other sites list the precise license of every software they list. Example: http://portablefreeware.com.
While the site is tame, it has the possibility to negatively influence a child in the realm of computers. While the site is benign, young minds might try to take advantage of the potentially destructive element mentioned.