Google Makes Porn Harder to Find

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December 13, 2012 9:15 AM by Smash

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CNET – Search for porn using Google Image Search today and you might not find much.

The company rolled out a change to its image search algorithm overnight that makes it tougher to stumble across adult pictures, whether or not you’re searching for them…

…Google says the change simply brings image search settings in line with existing settings for Web and video search. But it’s worth noting that this move is unusual for a company that in every other case works to make it easier, not harder, for you to find the thing you’re looking for. The idea behind products like the Knowledge Graph and Google Now is that the company should bring you information with the least amount of effort possible. With its new image search settings, Google has identified one place where it wants users to work a bit harder.

Everyone is up in arms about this. Google making it more difficult to search for porn. The biggest news flash to me if the fact that people actually search for porn on Google. Did we time warp back to 1999?

1. Who searches for still porn images? CJ hits the nail on the head here, other than the gif part.

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That’s another shocker right there. People whack it to a 3 second, low quality, looping picture? That sounds absolutely miserable. Not to mention their usually the size of a quarter.

2. I was under the impression every guy has his go to site. Enter it, go to it, pick out your video(s), and get to work. Google shouldn’t even be in the equation.

So really, everyone who’s flipping out about this are probably all under 14, right? No chance grown men are up in arms about this. If you rely on Google images for your porn fix, you need to reevaluate how you search, view, and use porn.

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