Saturday, October 09, 2010



The Google Images filter settings are nothing more than a sham. Type in the names of pretty much any cartoon characters, and you'll get fanart of a sexually explicit nature sprinkled among the more innocuous results. And this not just with the "recommended" Moderate SafeSearch setting, oh no; even if you set the filters to Strict, you will still in all likelihood get NSFW results within the first ten pages (and often on Page 1).
Adding insult to injury, the "report offensive images" option is usually pretty much useless, as the images tend to stick around, both on the screen and burned into the backs of your retinas.
On any given search, you are likely to find :
Plus, do not ever use any Pokemon-related keywords whatsoever if you want to preserve your sanity.

TODAY'S BOOK: "1776", by David McCullough ((c) 2005)


I've been assaulted by the same. So what will you do about it? What can anyone do about it?

Complain to Wikileeks?
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