One of the developments flying under the radar on Valentine's Day was Google's somewhat quiet launch of a new Chrome extension to partially fulfill their long-promised punishment of content farms. Google will be relying upon crowd-sourcing. In essence, they've added a potentially abusable "dislike" function to their web-browser. Internet users will be able to block sites, after which Chrome will send the data back to Google who will then use the data to de-rank those sites for the general population.
It will be interesting to see whether this change and future ones by Google will torpedo these recent content farm investors.