The Irish TV channel Nickelodeons website is the home of several shows and movies, including SpongeBob SquarePants, Rugrats and Big Hero 6.
Its web pages contain news and current events from the channel’s website, including an ongoing countdown.
But its basic web page is a bit different to most other webpages.
It is the only one on the web that shows a basic Google search for a search for “nickelodesign” to find a search that returns no results.
It doesn’t say how many search terms the basic web pages provide.
Instead, it says that they are only available for one week from the time they are launched, which means they are “free to use”.
The Irish media company RTÉ said that they were looking into how this happened and would make sure that it was fixed.
It’s not clear if this was an isolated incident or if the channel is being exploited in some way.
The company said that if it had been aware of this issue, it would have removed the offending search terms within two days.
However, the channel did not reply to our request for comment.
The basic webpage also does not offer a way to view a stream of live TV or an on-demand service.
It does not appear to have any ads or content.
RTÉ is the first Irish broadcaster to be hacked to this extent.
On Sunday, it reported a hack which compromised login credentials for thousands of accounts.