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So, our government seem to have persuaded Google to restrict the search engine by excluding 100,000 search terms "commonly used to search for child porn".

100,000?

I wonder how many legitimate searches will be caught in this massive piece of censorship?

http://www.todayonline.com/tech/google-targets-100000-terms-linked-online-child-sexual-abuse

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So, our government seem to have persuaded Google to restrict the search engine by excluding 100,000 search terms "commonly used to search for child porn".

100,000?

I wonder how many legitimate searches will be caught in this massive piece of censorship?

http://www.todayonline.com/tech/google-targets-100000-terms-linked-online-child-sexual-abuse

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this is ridiculous. there is no child porn on google.

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Yes, 100,000 might seem like a lot, but I think that you will find that the kiddie fiddlers google not only obvious terms such as "6 year old thai girl BJ", but also innocent-sounding keywords, whose true meaning is only available to those "in the know" - and luckily, to our governments. Examples of these thousands of aliases, which have now been banned, include:

  • fiat-based currency
  • banking cartel
  • conservative speeches
  • monsanto lobbying
  • etc...

Have no fear citizen, the government is taking care of things.

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It seems the average person depending upon education knows 10,000 to 20,000 words.

When figure like 100,000 words is touted you know either it is a ridiculous scaremongering exercise or they are actually monitoring every word that ever existed for all-encompassing purposes.

I'm surprised Cameron with his pompous, self-righteous, missing-the-point, hand-wringing doesn't slip over his own slime trail.

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Thin edge of the wedge.

Starting off with a 'noble' cause - people get used to it - next step they add on other things a little at a time.

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So your saying schoolgirls will be banned now? Or is it if you specifically type in dirty school girl sex? Although there is clearly legitimate porn of adults dressed up as school girls.

What about pig tails?

How the feck can there be 100,000?

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It seems the average person depending upon education knows 10,000 to 20,000 words.

When figure like 100,000 words is touted you know either it is a ridiculous scaremongering exercise or they are actually monitoring every word that ever existed for all-encompassing purposes.

I'm surprised Cameron with his pompous, self-righteous, missing-the-point, hand-wringing doesn't slip over his own slime trail.

its a multi language clean up...

And as everyone knows, Google nor any other search engine produces child porn.

Cameron is a waste of space....he has GCHQ and NSA spying on everything, yet they cant shut child porn web sites....They are making me despair by their stupidity.

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And the Daily Mail rejoices. Do they really think they wont be effected in due course by the clamp down on free speech?

Reporting such inconvenient details like a criminal who happens to be an asylum seeker, a pretty common theme in the Daily Mail, doubt that will still be legal in 10 years time.

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And as everyone knows, Google nor any other search engine produces child porn.

Having never tried it, I didn't know that.

I would expect almost no one to know what happens when you put terms associated with child abuse into google, having never searched for it :unsure:

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Having never tried it, I didn't know that.

I would expect almost no one to know what happens when you put terms associated with child abuse into google, having never searched for it :unsure:

It opens up a new Pete Townsend defence. "I was testing the Cameron web filter."

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It opens up a new Pete Townsend defence. "I was testing the Cameron web filter."

Last time this came up someone (sorry, i forget who) referenced a supposed campaign to get some sort of lewd sex act rebranded as "the cameron" so that he'd end up unfindable on google.

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All of this talk of web filters etc is just the thin end of the wedge, imo.

How long will it be before sites like HpC, zerohedge, maxkeiser are classed as 'extreme' or 'dangerous' and filtered out? And what about bitcoin (or gold) etc?

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Sex acts with a dead fish, sounds like my experience with a former girlfriend. :huh:

I was surprised to learn that if the police discovered this image on your computer

http://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/90913/90913_04_f.jpg

it could be considered as "low level child pornography". Clear those caches if you are searching for winter clothing for your kids.

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"A French court has ordered Google to find a way to remove recurring links to nine images of former Formula One chief Max Mosley, who was photographed in 2008 at an orgy."

http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2013/nov/06/google-remove-max-mosley-orgy-pictures

They need to make the banned search terms public I think, so stuff like "how the banks create money" etc don't get on the list.

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Terrible news for fans of Young Boys FC

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BSC_Young_Boys

Amazon need to watch out selling this too

Scouting For Boys

You would have to laugh if it was not so serious

One edit - I notice from Wiki that the Young Boys once played at the W*nkdorffeld .

You could not really make this up as a suitable items to test Google's new search alogorithms. .

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All of this talk of web filters etc is just the thin end of the wedge, imo.

How long will it be before sites like HpC, zerohedge, maxkeiser are classed as 'extreme' or 'dangerous' and filtered out? And what about bitcoin (or gold) etc?

Barred on TalkTalk default settings as "social media".

There was a university expert on the radio today that said pretty much that it was ineffective because anybody who is actually into this stuff will be using peer-to-peer software or the deep web (never been quite sure what that is tbh).

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Barred on TalkTalk default settings as "social media".

There was a university expert on the radio today that said pretty much that it was ineffective because anybody who is actually into this stuff will be using peer-to-peer software or the deep web (never been quite sure what that is tbh).

As ever Wiki is your friend

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_Web

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Sex acts with a dead fish, sounds like my experience with a former girlfriend. :huh:

Jeez, talk about a victimless crime. Unless you kill the fish specially, of course.

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Barred on TalkTalk default settings as "social media".

There was a university expert on the radio today that said pretty much that it was ineffective because anybody who is actually into this stuff will be using peer-to-peer software or the deep web (never been quite sure what that is tbh).

Like the "cloud" its a term designed to make it sound mysterious.

Its simply stuff google et al cant catalogue, link to and profit from.

In the case of the peado community, and others, they could be accessable through "rings", named because only members reveal to other members where they are...exactly the same way as rings work in the "real" world.

Camoron today on R2 virtually said that if they had a complaint about this material being transmitted by post, he said they would take action to ensure that route is halted by searching the mail, indeed, I heard him say they already do so

Either he really is a king twit, or I am naive and they really are searching the mail.

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Last time this came up someone (sorry, i forget who) referenced a supposed campaign to get some sort of lewd sex act rebranded as "the cameron" so that he'd end up unfindable on google.

Not entirely far-fetched. Look up "santorum".

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Barred on TalkTalk default settings as "social media".

The potentially-banned list looks something like

  • Dating

  • Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco

  • File Sharing Sites

  • Gambling

  • Games

  • Pornography

  • Social Networking

  • Suicide and Self-Harm

  • Weapons and Violence

But this isn't new: filtering has been in operation for years (you can't imagine The Liar tolerating freedom!). Here's from five years ago, for example.

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