I'm still trying to wrap my mind around all this, but as the title suggests, I do understand that the domain list can be populated by all the links and banners and ads, etc on any given page that has actually been visited. But it seems to me there would be some kind of similarity or connection between the two. Lets say a person only browsed sports. Nothing else ever. Wouldn't it NOT be likely that a domain associated with, say, astronomy shows up? I could see other sports, or beer, or apparel, or travel, or insurance, etc type domains being on the list, but not completely unrelated kind of stuff. Is that a correct generalized assumption?
What I'm getting at is this: I saw a very disturbing domain name on our blocked domains list. Needing to know, I went to the site. Absolutely wacked, over-the-top, unbelievable like you can not believe kind of disturbing. So I realize this doesn't mean my young son has been to this site, but no main stream smut kind of a site would affiliate or link with the kind of garbage I saw. At least I wouldn't think so.
If the boy is curious about girls, wants to see ta-ta's, I get it. What I saw is probably illegal. If it isn't, it ought to be. That's how bad. If he is actively seeking out what I saw, I'm gonna kick his rear end all the way to the shrinks office!
So, can something so obscure appear on blocked domain list, without either trying to navigate there, or at least somewhere somewhat similar? That's my question, in a nut shell.
I would be so, so very grateful for some knowledgeable insight. Thanks
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