Telling me not to search apostate Web sites reminds me of a TV campaign a while ago. The teenager would tell his mother not to search his underwear drawer. This worked for a while, and then out of curiosity she checked there. And sure enough, there's the weed. The teenager was telling his mother not to look there because he did not want her finding his stash of weed.
And it's the same with the Watchtower Society. They tell people not to look at sites made by people that were once Witlesses but who have had bad experiences with the organization or who woke up and saw things going on that were not congruent with the Bible. Often, once one person sees it, everyone else is going to look there and find it. The whole organization would fall apart. So, they have to make an unforgivable sin of apostasy (putting out the real truth about the organization) and make it a disfellowship offense to look at such material. Now, people are afraid to look in the "underwear drawer" because they are going to get in trouble.
Since I did not like the way they treated me (way too many rules designed to quarantine me from fulfilling my personal needs), I have nothing to lose by looking in that underwear drawer. And, sure enough, there's the weed. And coke. And horse. And meth. And who knows what else. For sure, nothing they want people to see.
I strongly recommend reading that Crisis of Conscience book. I also recommend checking out your search engine to see what other apostate Web sites come up and reading them, too. I think you will find few, if any, sites that praise the religion aside their own, and plenty that bash the religion to pieces. That is a sure sign of a scam. The religion is bogus if no one has anything good to say about it aside its leaders.