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Like the "mousetrapper," who registers domain names on the Internet

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Like the "mousetrapper," who registers domain names on the Internet that are slight misspellings of popular sites, and bombards users with pop-up advertisements, "pagejacking" preys on users who mistype known Internet addresses and redirects them to unknown, often pornographic or gambling sites.

A. "pagejacking" preys on users who mistype known Internet addresses and redirects them to unknown, often pornographic or gambling sites.
B. "pagejacking" occurs when users mistype known Internet addresses, redirecting them to unknown sites, which often relate to pornography or gambling.
C. the "pagejacker" preys on users who mistype known Internet addresses, redirecting them to unknown sites, which often relate to pornography or gambling.
D. "pagejacker" preys on users mistyping known Internet addresses, redirects them to unknown sites, and these sites often relate to pornography or gambling.
E. the user, who mistypes known Internet addresses, is preyed upon by the "pagejacker" who redirects him to unknown and often pornographic or gambling sites

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Like the "mousetrapper," who registers domain names on the Internet that are slight misspellings of popular sites, and bombards users with pop-up advertisements, "pagejacking" preys on users who mistype known Internet addresses and redirects them to unknown, often pornographic or gambling sites.

A. "pagejacking" preys on users who mistype known Internet addresses and redirects them to unknown, often pornographic or gambling sites.
B. "pagejacking" occurs when users mistype known Internet addresses, redirecting them to unknown sites, which often relate to pornography or gambling.
C. the "pagejacker" preys on users who mistype known Internet addresses, redirecting them to unknown sites, which often relate to pornography or gambling.
D. "pagejacker" preys on users mistyping known Internet addresses, redirects them to unknown sites, and these sites often relate to pornography or gambling.
E. the user, who mistypes known Internet addresses, is preyed upon by the "pagejacker" who redirects him to unknown and often pornographic or gambling sites


IMO C.

The sentence asks for a comparison, 'Like the mousetrapper'... so need 'pagejacker' hence options A, B and E are out.
D is wrong because of non-parallel structure. Option C is concise and free of grammatical errors and hence the correct answer.
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