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Friday, 14 December 2012 12:56

Google makes it harder to find porn

Written by Peter Scott

Filed in dictionary under ‘Futile’

Porn. Nobody watches it yet somehow it accounts for more than 30 percent of all internet traffic. Now Google wants to make it 29.87 percent.

The search giant altered its search algorithm to ensure that sexually explicit content won’t appear in search unless users specifically type ‘porn’ or ‘naked’ in their search. This means that the top search in Google’s 2013 zeitgeist will probably be ‘porn’.

However, the changes are not going down well with some users and although Google stresses that it is not censoring adult content, many users believe it is still a bit too much. We guess typing ‘porn’ after ‘teenage Japanese twins’ or ‘kinky interracial MILF party’ just makes people feel a bit too dirty.

Besides, who Googles for porn in this day and age anway?

More here.

Peter Scott

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