Monday, 17 December 2012

Algorithm changed: Google will not show pornographic photos unless you want

London: In an effort to help clean internet, Google has recently changed the algorithm your search keyword analysis, in order to limit pornography will appear in the search results.
From 2013 onwards, the Google search algorithm will significantly change for image search.
Accordingly, only when users type in keywords that contain the words and phrases related to pornography “xxx; porn; naked” … then returns the new results show this content. This is considered a tougher job of Google, to limit the content to disturb the user’s search results if they do not want.
“We’re not censoring any adult content, and want to show users exactly what they are looking for — but we aim not to show sexually-explicit results unless a user is specifically searching for them,” a Google representative told the Daily News.
The change went into effect early Wednesday.
Google stresses that porn is still there; it’s just less likely to appear when someone is searching for an unrelated image.
“If you’re looking for adult content, you can find it without having to change the default setting — you just may need to be more explicit in your query if your search terms are potentially ambiguous,” the rep said. “The image search settings now work the same way as in Web search.”


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