Well, if you have basic reading ability, you can sort out a lot of information without even having to click on each link. It's usually not that hard to determine if a site has useful information just from the heading.
Maybe we could make the same argument about the Watchtower Library CD...especially given how many of the articles you'll find in a search may contain information that is now false even by JW standards.
I never really understood the paranoia towards the Internet even when I was on the inside. I eventually figured out the immense capacity for danger as far as porn was concerned, but otherwise, it seemed like a cool and fun place to be, so long as you used common sense. As for worries about stumbling across 'apostate' sites or something, more than likely, just like porn, you'll only go to them if you really want to in the first place. They're not going to seek you out.
Of course, I remember Googling 'Jehovah's Witnesses' years ago and seeing exit counseling sites and being a little horrified, wondering who would need exit counseling...while simultaneously thinking, well, if you did get cut off from everyone you know, you'd need some kind of emotional support, but eh, ignore that! Not ready to go down that road...
Just think of what would happen if you used critical, independent thinking while reading "food at the proper time". You might come to rely upon your own reasoning rather than trusting in the solid foundation of God's Word. Soon, a presumptuous, disloyal spirit might poison your attitude towards Jehovah's organization. How tragic it would be if a critical, suspicious attitude caused us to draw away from Jehovah!