Deja Communities were private Internet forums offered primarily to businesses.In 1999 the site (now known as Deja.com) sharply changed direction and made its primary feature a shopping comparison service.They have accused Google Groups of ignoring an "increasing wave of spam" from its servers and of encouraging an Eternal September of "lusers" and "lamers" arriving in established groups en masse.The Usenet Improvement Project provides several killfile examples to block messages posted by Google Groups users in several newsreaders. Ha=l("R");xg.Parameters=l("ha");var yg=/^\s/,zg=/\s /, Ag=/\s /g, Bg=/^\s |\s $/g, Cg=/^\s $/, Dg=//g,/"/g,/"/g,/'/g,/'/g,/;p.reset=function();Token=aa("ha");function Si(a) ;function $i() x($i, N);p=$i.prototype;p. Sa=function(a);p.activate=aa("R");p.search=function(a,b);p.redirect=function(a);function aj(a) ;function bj() x(bj, N);bj.prototype. Sa=function(a);bj.prototype.setup=function();bj.prototype.activate=function(a);function hi(a,b,c) function cj() ;function dj() x(dj, N);var ej=[0,1,2,3,4,5,5,6,6,6,7,7,7,7,7,8,8,8,8,8], Ti=ej[ej.length-1] 1,fj=100*ej.length-1;p=dj.prototype;p.
The Deja News Research Service was an archive of messages posted to Usenet discussion groups, started in March 1995 by Steve Madere in Austin, Texas.Since May 2014, European users can request to have search results for their name from Google Groups, including their Usenet archive, delinked under the right to be forgotten law.Google Groups is one of the ten most delinked sites. My Deja News offered the ability to read Usenet in the traditional chronological, per-group manner, and to post new messages to the network.Google Groups is a service from Google that provides discussion groups for people sharing common interests.