Why the Colorful language? In order to document the problem I'll probably have to substitute
certain keywords with descriptive alternatives in order to get pass the BlogSpot filters. I respect and appreciate BlogSpot's efforts to
create a responsible public use internet application.
A. Pornography Is A Harmful Lifestyle
Pornography is a victimless crime, Right? Wrong!
1. Family Breakup: - It is a leading factor in many divorce cases.
2. Spouse Abuse: - It is a nearly always present in all spouse abuse cases.
3. Child Abuse: - It is a highly present in many child abuse cases.
4. Violent Predators: - It is heavily prevalent amongst all predators.
5. Spouse Infidelity: - It is a big motivator in cheating.
6. Heavily Addicting: - Because of its ease to access on the internet.
7. Inappropriate Lifestyle Choices: - It contains a lot of information and motivation that encourages people
to make poor lifestyle choices.
8. Adult-Oriented Business: - They thrive on this stuff and use it to promote their goods.
It is the single biggest industry on the world wide web.
9. Out-of-Wedlock Pregnancies: - It encourages disregard for marriage and family duty.
10. Welfare Burden: - It is a leading factor in over 60% of all social welfare cases.
Adult business make big profits at the expense of the taxpayer, you.
B. The Big Search Engines Are The Biggest Source of Pornography Today
1. Your Search Starts Here: Over 80% of all internet search queries begins with one of the major search engines.
2. Filters Are Ineffective: While Internet filters block infamous big sites that are exclusively dedicated to immoral
topics, they seem to ignore or try to dance around the terrible violations caused by all of the big popular search engines. They
face a huge challenge to interpret mixed results from the big search engine in trying to decide what to show or to block.
3. The Web is Too Big to Filter: All of the filters are too small of an operation to identify and block the many small
violator websites that exist and the many new ones that are created each day. But the search engines robots are very quick
to find and list them in their catalogs.
4. Not Everyone Has Filters: You can place the most strenuous and pro-active filters on every computer in your house,
but what happens when your children go to use computers at their school or public library? How about the computers of their friends?
Do they maintain any type of filtering service at all?
5. Search Engine Filters Are Easy To Turn Off: While many search engines provide "preferences" settings to help you regulate
how much offensive material you want to view during your own session. These are easy to turn off by the next person to use that computer.
C. Google Is The Single Biggest Source Of All Pornography
1. Google #1: For the last three years Google is the most frequently used of all the major search engines.
Google Is The Single Biggest Starting Point For Anyone Who Starts Searching For Pornography.
2. Google IPO: August 2004 - Seldom has a financial event been so eagerly awaited by the investing world...
The largest technology IPO in history was the culmination of years of anticipation by stock market participants.
3. Google Web Directory: The biggest listing of Pornographic websites, articles, dirty stories, message boards,
exchange clubs, galleries, member commentary, reviews, etc. Many of these listings are not blocked by the various
4. Google Cache: Google maintains a copy of nearly every webpage on the Internet that is easily accessible by
the general public. Much of this material is not blocked by internet filters.
5. Google Images: Google's huge picture gallery searchable by topic will directly display many images that
are not blocked by internet filters. Even with internet filters activated it still tells you a lot about where to find images galleries
for a particular topic.
6. Google Groups: Google's huge library is an exact archive of thousands of Pornographic newsgroups open
to the public for news articles, weblinks, dirty stories and jokes, reviews, image links, etc. Much (if not all) is not blocked
by any of the porn filters
7. Google Froogle: Google's huge shopping site has a huge listing of adult only products that you wouldn't
want your children to see. Much of it bypasses the internet filters.
8. Google Alerts: Google will notify you be email whenever its web directory has a new website listing for
your favorite particular topic. There is no filter for this service.
9. Google BlogSearch: In keeping with the latest internet phenomenon - Google maintains one of the largest
directories of personal diaries web logs (aka: blogs). Much of these popup too fast for internet filters to adequately police.
10. Google Video: Brand new online video directory (launched Jan 2006) which many internet filters have no idea
how to regulate or block. A classic example of how fast technology keeps progressing and how internet filters face a losing
battle in trying to keep up.
D. How To Create An Effective Boycott
Last year we have seen attempts by the general public to boycott the rising price of gasoline by declaring a certain
day of the week as boycott day and encouraged people to stay away from the gas stations that day. However the gas
stations found it really hilarious when the next day when everyone returned in droves and still bought the same amount of gas.
They suffer no economic inconvenience and where not motivated make any changes to their business model. Most energy
companies ended the year with record profits.
The lesson learned was that an effective boycott has to be able to be able to create a significant impact in order to notice.
The labor unions all know that you can only effectively strike against one company at a time. Because much of the
general public has a legitimate need to use search engines we need to redirect our activity from the worst industry violator to
its competitors. This continual economic hardship will then motivate the target business to make serious changes to their business
Google is by far the biggest, most profitable and most visible company today. It is respected by other businesses as a
highly successful business model worthy of imitation. They say that if the General Public likes Google that much then we need
to imitate Google in order to be similarly profitable.
Google has a huge impact in shaping the attitudes, knowledge and philosophies of future generations.
But right now it is pointing our society in the wrong direction. Please join us in sending a very important message to Google
about social responsibility.