Oh, that was just an hypothetical example. To the best of my knowledge, my 8-year-old has never encountered such a thing. But if I could, she could, and I think that's wrong, regardless of how naive someone is in setting the filter level.
Now, in the actual example I gave in the post before that, when I searched "Malebolge," the cinema for adult viewing people tagged "bulge" and accounted for misspellings, too. And if you look at the tags for things, you'll often find random, innocent terms connected to them, so clearly someone is fishing. The mindset that thinks that's acceptable is offensive to me.
I think you're exaggerating. I just tried your 2 examples, malebolge and soccer ball, neither returns anything cinema for adult viewingographic. In fact, even bolge by itself doesn't. (bulge does ) Maybe google has improved since you last used it..
Regardless, I do think that if you have young children using the internet unsupervised, then it is your fault if you leave safe search off and they happen to come across some unsavory pictures.
On Saturday 1/9/10 - 11:14:21 AM Ongooshk wrote: For example, I just made a search for "blue tit" as an example. It came up with a couple of cinema for adult viewing images because when you simply search "blue tit" it will search for images that contain the word "blue" and "tit" as seperate phrases, preferably together but not always.
I wonder if google works differently in your country? I just googled blue tit, and all I got were birds. But if I google tit alone, then I get a bunch of titties
On Saturday 1/9/10 - 11:21:32 AM Raisinman wrote: I think you're exaggerating. I just tried your 2 examples, malebolge and soccer ball, neither returns anything cinema for adult viewingographic.
"Malebolge" w/ safe search off: nudity on page 8, not including the suggestive anime drawings that start several pages earlier. It is indeed an improvement over the hardcore cinema for adult viewing I found on the same search several years ago. (I have used Google Image search for other searches many times since, btw, most recently yesterday.)
You think I'm exaggerating and I think you're doing everything you can to avoid understanding my point. Are you the community outreach rep for the cinema for adult viewing industry or something? Yeah, parents should (and DO) take many precautions, but when they don't, or when those efforts fail, if someone else chooses to take advantage of it, it's that person's fault.