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[7]: Comment by Zaitch
by fmaxwell on Sat 15th Dec 2012 04:09 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: Comment by Zaitch"
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Don't you dare presume to tell me what "summarizes" my position

Yes I do, and I just did.

All children disobey at times. But what you say about my motivations means nothing.

and, I don't spect to Google to do my parenting, but I do spect they don't do it harder eather.

Don't try to blame Google for your refusal to supervise your own children. Google should not be censoring the Internet so that lazy parents can park their kids at a computer unattended.

I'm a more intelligent, educated person than you, that's who I am

After all you have wrote, I don't think so at all.

You can't even spell or compose a coherent sentence. You have shown yourself to be completely incapable of logical reasoning, skipping past any point that you can't provide a counter-argument to. I would have replied earlier, but I've been testing a satellite that we have under construction.

You're the bitter one -- angry that you had children and now feeling trapped

In the contrary, I've always said to my wife and everyone I know that I didn't really knew happynes till the day i holded my baby dauther the firsth time in my arms, there is no way to describe it, and also, the way she run to my arms after I get from work yelling "daddy, daddy", that is happines, I'm sorry that you can't experiment it.

A lovely little story, but when did you decide to let her surf the Internet, which is filled with pornography, violence, hate speech, vulgarity, bigotry, etc., without supervision?

Google has a right, but was not right, to censor search results; it's their search engine, though.

There are countless things that parents object to their kids seeing. Some don't want their kids to see violent images. Some don't want them to see women's heads uncovered. Some don't want them to see information about evolution. Some don't want them to see web sites that promote racism. Some don't want them to see sites that depict drinking or smoking. Some don't want their kids to see web sites that support Israel's right to exist. Some don't want their kids to see web sites about birth control.

Should Google try to hide all of those things because some group of parents objects to each of them?

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