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  • Perhaps we should create a list of porn search terms here that google recognises and returns results for, I'll start

    1.blowbang



  • It's not as if people actually look at porn by typing "Porn!" into Google images any way. Only people who do that are kids who have never looked at porn before or who don't know what it is. Everyone else uses more specific terms or has specific sites they know of and go there instead. So I'd say yeah its censoring but its not a big deal as they have also told us how to get around it.

    It's just precautions because there is so much explicit content on the internet these days that even with safe search on just searching for simple things that kids would look up often returns quite a few lewd pinups and other things to get them curious. And I'm not talking about kids who are bound to look at porn soon anyway I'm talking about kids who are between 6 and 10 who have access to the internet who we can probably agree are a bit too young for porn. Last thing a parent wants is their eight year old daughter who's obsessed with horses some how stumbling onto a bestiality image while searching my little pony or whatever.



  • @'miro':

    but all joking aside, as I said if we're going to invent new meanings for words to rationalize Google's behavior just so that we can maintain Google's squeaky clean image in our minds, then we're going to have to agree to disagree :)

    I guess everyone is entitled to their own opinion, cept if it's Porn then according to Google it doesn't exist (for certain search terms). Ok, I'm sorry. I'm done… I promise :D

    I'll agree to disagree. Here's a Toblerone and this expired box of matches as consolation.


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    @'Supro':

    Except that it's not censorship. If it was censorship, then you and everyone in the world would not be able to search for porn at all. If it were, then I would be upset. But it's a minor inconvenience for those who use it for that purpose while others might be happy they

    It might suck that Google's image search require a bit more typing, but really why is that minor change such a big deal? It's their search engine and they can do whatever they want with it. It's like how Valve does not allow for AO (Adults Only) games to be sold on Steam or if a Christian store does want to sell porn magazines. They could, but do they have to? No. It's their right to sell what they want. I mean, It's not like Google doesn't have to give you storage space, email, documents, directions, youtube, programs, blogs, android, books, translators, movies, games, etc.

    You can either keep using Google, use another search engine or make your own and put any rules and regulations you want.

    ok sorry my bad, I just remembered that "Google does no evil", guess I was wrong after all… and because Google provides email, docs, search, youtube, Android, etc, etc... instead of censoring we'll call it "omitting nasty search results so that kids don't get scared for life", better?

    but all joking aside, as I said if we're going to invent new meanings for words to rationalize Google's behavior just so that we can maintain Google's squeaky clean image in our minds, then we're going to have to agree to disagree :)

    I guess everyone is entitled to their own opinion, cept if it's Porn then according to Google it doesn't exist (for certain search terms). Ok, I'm sorry. I'm done... I promise :D



  • Well… they do remove results from the "blowjob" query, so they do censor that query... sort of. They do not censor, or restrict access to any of the content, as you can retrieve it with other search requests... I also fail to see why this is such a big deal...

    In general I think that Google is pretty evil, but this is a fairly minor issue in my book.

    That whole "explicit queries for explicit results" just doesn't work all that great at the moment... titfuck on its own returns relevant stuff, double penetration returns some explicit stuff, but no double penetration lol



  • @'miro':

    @'Supro':

    But it's not censorship. If it were censorship, then you couldn't search porn no matter what. All you're required to do is add another word or two to make your search specifically catered to what you want to see. Only image search is effected. Not the regular search, not videos, not the other things. People who are overreacting are the ones who don't know how to search porn properly, just want a reason to hate google or are seeing this from the other side of the fence.

    Also, it could be people who have difficulty typing with one hand. :D

    @'Alpensepp':

    Mhm… if I ask you to "bring me an apple" and you actually fetch me the fruit and not the full set of apple products and everything else related to an apple as well, you call this censorship? ... I would not.
    If you refuse to bring me an Apple Macbook no matter what I ask for (although you could)... that would be "censorship"
    The "blowjob" query simply does not return what you expect it to. You might argue that this behaviour is dumb and I'd agree. The general strategy to return only "harmless" results for ambigous terms is OK imo... but it's pretty stupid if you explicitly told the engine not to filter any results and the term is not ambigous at all... however I'd call this awkward implementation and not censorship.

    ok last attempt.

    Here is the definition:

    from Wikipedia:
    "Censorship is the suppression of speech or other public communication which may be considered objectionable, harmful, sensitive, or inconvenient as determined by a government, media outlet, or other controlling body"

    before the change Google displayed porn for "blowjob"
    after the change Google no longer displays porn for "blowjob" they are knowingly limiting search results because Google believes porn is objectionable

    Has the term 'blowjob' being censored?

    Let's not sugar coat the facts. Again I'm no arguing at this point that Google is right or wrong in doing so but are you seriously willing to change the definition of 'Censorship' to excuse Google's behavior? Seriously??

    Everyone who knows me knows that I was a huge Google fan boy until yesterday, but I don't care how much of a hero Google was in my eyes, if Google fucks up, I'm going to say Google fucked the hell up.

    Except that it's not censorship. If it was censorship, then you and everyone in the world would not be able to search for porn at all. If it were, then I would be upset. But it's a minor inconvenience for those who use it for that purpose while others might be happy they

    It might suck that Google's image search require a bit more typing, but really why is that minor change such a big deal? It's their search engine and they can do whatever they want with it. It's like how Valve does not allow for AO (Adults Only) games to be sold on Steam or if a Christian store does want to sell porn magazines. They could, but do they have to? No. It's their right to sell what they want. I mean, It's not like Google doesn't have to give you storage space, email, documents, directions, youtube, programs, blogs, android, books, translators, movies, games, etc.

    You can either keep using Google, use another search engine or make your own and put any rules and regulations you want.


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    @'Supro':

    But it's not censorship. If it were censorship, then you couldn't search porn no matter what. All you're required to do is add another word or two to make your search specifically catered to what you want to see. Only image search is effected. Not the regular search, not videos, not the other things. People who are overreacting are the ones who don't know how to search porn properly, just want a reason to hate google or are seeing this from the other side of the fence.

    Also, it could be people who have difficulty typing with one hand. :D

    @'Alpensepp':

    Mhm… if I ask you to "bring me an apple" and you actually fetch me the fruit and not the full set of apple products and everything else related to an apple as well, you call this censorship? ... I would not.
    If you refuse to bring me an Apple Macbook no matter what I ask for (although you could)... that would be "censorship"
    The "blowjob" query simply does not return what you expect it to. You might argue that this behaviour is dumb and I'd agree. The general strategy to return only "harmless" results for ambigous terms is OK imo... but it's pretty stupid if you explicitly told the engine not to filter any results and the term is not ambigous at all... however I'd call this awkward implementation and not censorship.

    ok last attempt.

    Here is the definition:

    from Wikipedia:
    "Censorship is the suppression of speech or other public communication which may be considered objectionable, harmful, sensitive, or inconvenient as determined by a government, media outlet, or other controlling body"

    before the change Google displayed porn for "blowjob"
    after the change Google no longer displays porn for "blowjob" they are knowingly limiting search results because Google believes porn is objectionable

    Has the term 'blowjob' being censored?

    Let's not sugar coat the facts. Again I'm no arguing at this point that Google is right or wrong in doing so but are you seriously willing to change the definition of 'Censorship' to excuse Google's behavior? Seriously??

    Everyone who knows me knows that I was a huge Google fan boy until yesterday, but I don't care how much of a hero Google was in my eyes, if Google fucks up, I'm going to say Google fucked the hell up.



  • @'miro':

    Does Google censor the term "Blowjob"? … not "blowjob porn", "blowjob xxx", "explicit blowjob", etc

    Mhm… if I ask you to "bring me an apple" and you actually fetch me the fruit and not the full set of apple products and everything else related to an apple as well, you call this censorship? ... I would not.
    If you refuse to bring me an Apple Macbook no matter what I ask for (although you could)... that would be "censorship"
    The "blowjob" query simply does not return what you expect it to. You might argue that this behaviour is dumb and I'd agree. The general strategy to return only "harmless" results for ambigous terms is OK imo... but it's pretty stupid if you explicitly told the engine not to filter any results and the term is not ambigous at all... however I'd call this awkward implementation and not censorship.



  • But it's not censorship. If it were censorship, then you couldn't search porn no matter what. All you're required to do is add another word or two to make your search specifically catered to what you want to see. Only image search is effected. Not the regular search, not videos, not the other things. People who are overreacting are the ones who don't know how to search porn properly, just want a reason to hate google or are seeing this from the other side of the fence.

    Also, it could be people who have difficulty typing with one hand. :D


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    Let's get one thing straight. Answer this question:

    Does Google censor the term "Blowjob"? … not "blowjob porn", "blowjob xxx", "explicit blowjob", etc

    My answer is YES, because it removes some porn images, which Google deems as inappropriate.
    If you're answer is NO then please explain why.
    Once we're clear on the point that Google IS censoring we can an argue whether it's justified or not :)



  • @'miro':

    @'Supro':

    It's overreacting.

    You can turn safesearch off. You can still look for porn in images (I did a search for porn alone and it popped up). And it still pops up in the regular search engine (hell, xhamster was my first choice). The only way you think it's censorship is because you're looking at it from afar than directly. This doesn't even affect you and you're the only one that's really complaining about it. You're overreacting.

    Censorship is not a popularity contest.

    from Wikipedia:
    "Censorship is the suppression of speech or other public communication which may be considered objectionable, harmful, sensitive, or inconvenient as determined by a government, media outlet, or other controlling body"

    I stated that Google is censoring because it alters the search to remove Porn because it believes Porn is objectionable.

    Now explain to me how Google is not censoring.

    Because as Alsensepp pointed out, it's not.

    @'miro':

    @'Alpensepp':

    haha… if someone tries to take away miro's porn...

    haha, very funny, but you do understand that it's not about Porn, it's about taking away individual rights, if Google removed GTA from games, boxing from sports or horror from movies, would that be reasonable?

    I understand we were all raised in a society where it's indoctrinated into our brains that sexuality and porn are filthy and dirty, where the nude body is a disgrace, where masturbation is a sin, so nobody complains if porn takes a hit but that doesn't mean I have to play along :D

    Okay, see now you're completely losing focus on your argument. At no point does Google ever have control over your individual rights. You chose to use google for your searches. They didn't stick a gun to your head and told you that it's the only search engine you can use. You have options because you have those rights as an individual.

    If you really want to see your individual rights taken away, live in North Korea. I'm pretty sure the people over there never heard of Google.



  • @'miro':

    haha, very funny, but you do understand that it's not about Porn, it's about taking away individual rights, if Google removed GTA from games, boxing from sports or horror from movies, would that be reasonable?

    No, it wouldn't, but Google does not remove anything form the internet… they just fail to deliver. If Amazon decides not to sell GTA , or a TV channel not to broadcast Boxing... it's their right to do so. Google's search engine is a product... I do not think it restricts your individual rights in any form, if a product does not work the way you want it to.

    Yeah... "blowjob" only returns the "amusing" images... add porn and everything is fine though.

    I agree that the changes are pretty stupid... and it's just a bunch of prudes overreacting. I mean how many people expect kittens if they search for pussy?
    I still think it's Google's right to do so...


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    @'Alpensepp':

    haha… if someone tries to take away miro's porn...

    haha, very funny, but you do understand that it's not about Porn, it's about taking away individual rights, if Google removed GTA from games, boxing from sports or horror from movies, would that be reasonable?

    I understand we were all raised in a society where it's indoctrinated into our brains that sexuality and porn are filthy and dirty, where the nude body is a disgrace, where masturbation is a sin, so nobody complains if porn takes a hit but that doesn't mean I have to play along :D

    @'Alpensepp':

    the search results for "porn" do not look all that different to me:

    my bad, 'porn' is a bad example, try 'blowjob' instead :)


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    @'Supro':

    It's overreacting.

    You can turn safesearch off. You can still look for porn in images (I did a search for porn alone and it popped up). And it still pops up in the regular search engine (hell, xhamster was my first choice). The only way you think it's censorship is because you're looking at it from afar than directly. This doesn't even affect you and you're the only one that's really complaining about it. You're overreacting.

    Censorship is not a popularity contest.

    from Wikipedia:
    "Censorship is the suppression of speech or other public communication which may be considered objectionable, harmful, sensitive, or inconvenient as determined by a government, media outlet, or other controlling body"

    I stated that Google is censoring because it alters the search to remove Porn because it believes Porn is objectionable.

    Now explain to me how Google is not censoring.



  • haha… if someone tries to take away miro's porn...

    the search results for "porn" do not look all that different to me:
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    DE search

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    US search

    … imo the query did return relevant results :P

    And even if you could not turn it off, Google does not "censor the internet" ... they just censor the results their service returns. I think it's still Google's cup of tea what their services show and what not...



  • @'miro':

    @'Supro':

    You're overreacting to this. It's not like you can't find porn on google already. Hell, you can still find porn through the image searches. It's not that hard. Plus, Google doesn't censor the internet. This isn't even close to censoring (remember SOPA?). They only block things from their engine like those damn chilling effects (which that's mostly due to DMCA enforcers, the people who DO want to censor the internet). The thing is still there. You just have to go about it another way.

    I'm not overreacting it's VERY SIMPLE:

    Default search for PORN yields NO PORN images, the individual can NO longer turn safesearch off, google now decides this search is "UNSAFE" for Everybody!!! Google forces their opinion that porn is morally wrong on EVERYBODY!

    If this is not Censorship I don't know what is!!

    It doesn't matter that you can still find porn with "creative" searching, if 'porn' does not return porn results that IS CENSORSHIP.

    And yes I have switched to Bing for web and image search and the video search is indeed 10x better than Google's has ever been :)

    It's overreacting.

    You can turn safesearch off. You can still look for porn in images (I did a search for porn alone and it popped up). And it still pops up in the regular search engine (hell, xhamster was my first choice). The only way you think it's censorship is because you're looking at it from afar than directly. This doesn't even affect you and you're the only one that's really complaining about it. You're overreacting.


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    @'jbtrimar':

    A couple of thes look explicit to me ;)

    yes until some prude reports the images, the point is these results no longer display ALL the results, these results are now filtered, you can only see what Google thinks is good for you


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    @'Supro':

    You're overreacting to this. It's not like you can't find porn on google already. Hell, you can still find porn through the image searches. It's not that hard. Plus, Google doesn't censor the internet. This isn't even close to censoring (remember SOPA?). They only block things from their engine like those damn chilling effects (which that's mostly due to DMCA enforcers, the people who DO want to censor the internet). The thing is still there. You just have to go about it another way.

    I'm not overreacting it's VERY SIMPLE:

    Default search for PORN yields NO PORN images, the individual can NO longer turn safesearch off, google now decides this search is "UNSAFE" for Everybody!!! Google forces their opinion that porn is morally wrong on EVERYBODY!

    If this is not Censorship I don't know what is!!

    It doesn't matter that you can still find porn with "creative" searching, if 'porn' does not return porn results that IS CENSORSHIP.

    And yes I have switched to Bing for web and image search and the video search is indeed 10x better than Google's has ever been :)



  • @'miro':

    @'jbtrimar':

    I thought it would be an issue but I only had to type 4 more letters, N-U-D-E.

    when 'porn' no longer displays ANY explicit images with NO option to turn off the "SafeSearch" option then Google has CENSORED the Internet, this is literally puts Google on par with Facebook and Apple and we now how much hate they have for Porn

    the individual no longer decides what is inappropriate, case in point Google has now decided that Porn is worse than blood, guts and gore

    You're overreacting to this. It's not like you can't find porn on google already. Hell, you can still find porn through the image searches. It's not that hard. Plus, Google doesn't censor the internet. This isn't even close to censoring (remember SOPA?). They only block things from their engine like those damn chilling effects (which that's mostly due to DMCA enforcers, the people who DO want to censor the internet). The thing is still there. You just have to go about it another way.

    Besides, Bing has a better image AND video search engine for porn than google ever did. And that's a Microsoft product. :)


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