Google Content Filtering is Specific!

You might expect that a search engine developed by a brilliant guy (Sergi Brin) attending a fantastic school (Stanford) would be cerebral and that is the case. College professors who study such things say the top 5 posts on any search term at Google are far superior in content, spelling and grammar than the bottom and that fresh verbal content gives a higher rating than superior graphics.

With this in mind, it’s easy to see how the Fatsavage blog makes it up to the top ten when discussing kiddie porn. After all, there is very little poetic prose or any kind of prose at all. The vocabulary is quite restricted and in the range that a chimpanzee could learn. Youngerbabes.com has about 250 unique words on the home page and a well educated chimp can have a vocabulary between 250 and 500 words.

Still, this is a site which is in the top 4300 in the world and about the same as thehun.net (3900) or elephantlist.com (3200) which are clearly legal porn portals. Putting this popularity into numbers, one million people a month visit this site and about 4000 are addicted enough to visit daily. (Don’t worry, I’m sure there all being observed and will get a visit from the man in the near future.) Joking aside, that happens to be about the number of child pornography cases tried each year, so you do know where they find them.

Thus, it’s easy to conceive that a highly negative post about youngerbabes.com gets about about 1000 hits in the two days after posting before it is filtered out of existence and never gets more than one or two a day after that. My two favorite and very popular rants which got virtually no traffic after the first three days are:

Youngerbabes Suck Bad

Youngerbabes, A curse on everyone Involved!

Of course, linking to them will relegate this post to Search Siberia, despite the interest in the subject. Seems to me if the Government and Google really wanted to restrict access to illegal kiddie porn, there would be a bigger effort to get out the word on youngerbabes.com

On the other hand, if this is a government Honeypot tracking domestic and foreign nationals, then there would be a very focused effort to filter out negative comments which warn people off.

Well, it’s your life so you can decide.

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