Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 12th Dec 2012 22:03 UTC
Google A change to anything related to Google Search - the product so many of us rely on - is never going to go by unnotoced. This time around, Google has altered Image Search for US users to alter the way it handles that ever so important aspect of the web - adult content.
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RE[10]: porn destroys cultures
by Hiev on Fri 14th Dec 2012 21:23 UTC in reply to "RE[9]: porn destroys cultures"
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Never mind the fact that Google doesn't clearly explain why this has been done and how to get around it for those who don't want to be restricted

Why did Google didn't add an option for opt out? I don't know, but what would that be relevant? if you want porn, you don't go to Google images, that's for sure.

Google is trying to play net nanny here

Some of these people will probably end up switching search engines as a result.

yeah, the ones looking for porn in google images for sure, how many of those freaks are out there? is a mistery.

Filtering, blocking, censoring... there's not much of a difference here in the end result. "Filtering" is just a method of excluding/blocking/censoring content.

Yes there is, but as the rest of the complainers, seems like you want everybody to see porn as something armless and part of our every day life, so you don't feel judged, and create all this whole argument about censorship just to mask the fact, that you don't want to be judged for the sick things you look at the internet.

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