Or so says Google.According to a "Safe Browsing" advisory from the search giant, Eyman's site, permanent-offense.org (don't click that link, for the love of humanity!), is "listed as suspicious" and "may harm your computer."It seems that destroying our state's tax base, abolishing affirmative action, opening up HOV lanes to single-driver SUVs, and legalizing discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation were not sufficiently malicious gambits for Eyman to attempt. Now his malware is extending beyond public policy into the digital realm itself.Says Google: "Of the 16 pages we tested on [Eyman's] site over the past 90 days, 6 page(s) resulted in malicious software being downloaded and installed without user consent."Try to access the site from Google and the search giant will throw up an intercept: "Warning—visiting this Web site may harm your computer!" Google, based in California, doesn't know the half of it.