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Submission + - Google.com now 'censors' explicit content from image searches (zdnet.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Google search users now have to be a little more specific before receiving goods of an explicit nature. For example, if one were to type in a particular sexual act, Google.com will no longer dish up what one was expecting. If users are more specific in what they are after, then it will return what one expected in the first place.
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Google.com now 'censors' explicit content from image searches

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