Gay web search engines
Last night, as soon as Google posted their Olympic Charter logo to make a statement about the anti-gay laws in Russia, I wrote a story on the new logo. When I woke up this morning, there were over a hundred comments , mostly hateful, angry, hurtful, and completely inappropriate. Truth is, there are these comments on dozens, if not, hundreds of other sites. The Google search forums had dozens of threads with users who are upset about the logo.
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This past week, a new kid-safe search engine called Kiddle was blowing up the Internet, and probably not in the way its creators hoped. While some parents are singing the site's praises , others are concerned by what the site defines as "safe," as the site initially blocked words like "bisexual," "transgender," "queer," and "gay marriage" as inappropriate for kids — leading parents and others to debate whether restricting access to information is really best for kids. It's a debate that has been raging ever since the Internet went mainstream, with schools and parents alike limiting Web browsing capability in the name of keeping kids safe. But does it actually improve kids' lives? The intent is admirable — the Internet can be an awful place, and there's content that definitely isn't appropriate for children almost everywhere you look. Explicit porn, hate sites, animal abuse, and more isn't hard to locate with Google, even with Safe Search enabled.
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Religious Search Engines Yield Tailored Results
By Kate Bussmann. But I have told Google. Where once we saw the internet as the equivalent of an encyclopaedia, and search engines as librarians, now we treat them as our closest confidants. Google knows all our secrets.
Odds are, dear readers, you already know a lot about the concept "gay. Hint, hint. Which of the three most popular online search engines would be most useful to you? We decided to take Yahoo, Bing and Google on a little test drive to see how they deal with "gay" and gay-related concepts as search terms. We also wanted to see how relevant their "gay" search suggestions would be, and how their mature content search filters might affect their "gay" search results.
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