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When CAPTCHA’s Go Bad!

Henry Elliss
Henry Elliss
Managing Director
22 April 2008

My colleague Barrie was applying for a new Gmail account today when he stumbled upon the following in his application form – a very questionable piece of CAPTCHA text! Where do Google get these from?! I have had a few questionable ones in the past, some of which have seemed to be related to my "previous search" history (though not always), but this one has to get the prize for most offensive!

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