Google getting rid of porn on Blogger

4e274270f1231 Google getting rid of porn on Blogger

It’s true

As you can see from this “official” chart, roughly 33% of people use Google to find porn.

While finding porn is still behind spellcheck in terms of usages for Google, using Google to find useful information (its intended use) still ranks dead last.

This chart is a joke that someone made. But with Google’s recent vendetta against internet porn, you have to wonder if someone at Mountain View saw the joke chart and decided that Google is too good for internet porn. It would explain Google’s recent offensive on internet porn.

Google’s latest attempt to stifle internet porn began yesterday when Blogger (formerly known as Blogspot) users received messages saying that the free blogging platform will no longer allow the monetization of adult content. Here is a copy of the message for those of you who are interested:

“Please be advised that on June 30, we will be updating our content policy to strictly prohibit the monetization of adult content on Blogger. After June 30, we will be enforcing this policy and will remove blogs which are adult in nature and are displaying advertisements to adult websites.

If your adult blog currently has advertisements which are adult in nature, you should remove them as soon as possible as to avoid any potential terms of service violation and/or content removals.”

So I guess that means you can still blog about porn. You just can’t make any money off it. Well what’s the point of blogging about porn unless you’re making money?

Google, where do you get off censoring internet porn? I mean come on, we’re just trying to make a living off your free blogging platform.

Earlier this month, Google banned porn from Google Glass. Last December, Google altered their image search algorithm making it harder to find porn on Google Images. And now Blogger is taking its first step to being anti-porn.

Is Google’s ultimate goal to be porn-free?

If Google were to ban porn entirely, that means no porn in any search result ever even if you searched “Alexis Texas big ass fuck xxx hardcore video sex porn”, what would you use Google for?

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Published on: June 27, 2013

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  • http://hentaisurge.com Depaq

    Hah, this is too funny.

    I wonder how much Bing would actually start being used if this really was to happen.

  • http://www.sex.com/news/ Chico Dusty

    That’s exactly what I’m trying to prove to Google.

  • http://logicversusemotion.blogspot.com Eroscott

    I just switched to Google Chrome because I was having problems with Internet Explorer and your site at Sex.com. I couldn’t repin, like, comment, use the category field, etc. I could still pin from an outside source. As soon as I switched to Google I went straight to Sex.com and…Yea!…I could do all those things and it loaded faster than IE ever did. Guess,I’ll keep IE and Bing as my backup for porn searches if it comes to that.

    God I hate puritan motherfuckers. Do they think they or anyone else is going to stop internet porn and the people searching for it. The people at Google need to have a “check-up from the neck up.” Seriously.

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