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Dec012016

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Nov242016

Google bans 'explicit' adult content from Blogger blogs

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Google will soon disappear blogs on its Blogger platform that don't conform to its new anti-adult policies.

Every Blogger user behind an "adult content warning" page was told Monday by Google to delete sexually explicit content, or find their blog removed from every form of access except registered users.

Until today, Google's Blogger platform previously allowed "images or videos that contain nudity or sexual activity," and stated that "Censoring this content is contrary to a service that bases itself on freedom of expression."

That changed on a whim Monday when Google ripped the rug out from under its previously-compliant Blogger users, who were told they'd be disappeared if Google decided their blogs contain "sexually explicit or graphic nude images or video."

Rather than leave its already-restricted adult content alone, Google has told Blogger users it will be eliminating all adult blogs from public access on March 23, 2015, (and taking them out of all forms of search).

Blogger blogs with adult content which -- at this time -- are findable in search will be deep-sixed from the Internet once the changes take effect.

There is a wide range of users on Blogger's fresh killing floor, most of whom routinely face sexual censorship. It's essential to understand that a good amount of those blogs have had the "adult" label applied to them by Blogger itself, deserved or not.

Currently, Blogger blogs marked as "adult" include LGBT and "outsider sexuality" diaries, erotic writers, transgender activists, romance book editors and reviewers, sex toy reviewers, art nude photographers, film-makers, artists such as painters and comic illustrators, text-only fiction writers, sex news and porn gossip writers, LGBT sex activism, sex education and information outlets, fetish fashion, feminist porn blogs, and much, much more.

Choice: Self-censor, or be 'disappeared'

The notice to all Blogger users marked as "adult" reads,

(...) In the coming weeks, we'll no longer allow blogs that contain sexually explicit or graphic nude images or video. We'll still allow nudity presented in artistic, educational, documentary, or scientific contexts, or presented where there are other substantial benefits to the public from not taking action on the content.

The new policy will go into effect on the 23rd of March 2015. After this policy goes into effect, Google will restrict access to any blog identified as being in violation of our revised policy. No content will be deleted, but only blog authors and those with whom they have expressly shared the blog will be able to see the content we've made private.

Removal from search in every way possible, and access by personal invitation and registration only, is the absolute closest thing Google could do to deleting the blogs altogether -- without actually having to come under fire for removing a percentage of its Blogger user base.

This isn't about illegal content. Or that Christians don't recommend using Blogger (not because of porn, but because they can't trust Google, either). Nor is it about malware, the actual Blogger user community, or even protecting minors from porn -- something Google's Blogger warning already does.

Because determination falls on Google deciding "other substantial benefits to the public from not taking action on the content" this is about content Google simply does not like.

Adult content has historically been at the forefront of fighting for free speech and political dissent, and this won't be changing anytime soon.

And when this crucial element of free speech and expression is minimized or disappeared (and in some cases, removed or prohibited altogether) because the utility controlling the content -- in this case, Google -- simply doesn't like the topic, we find ourselves mired in a new, deeply insidious flavor of censorship.

Google harms the Internet: Broken links, traffic suppression

When Google forces its "unacceptable" Blogger blogs to go dark, it will break more of the Internet than you think. Countless links that have been accessible on Blogger since its inception in 1999 will be broken across the Internet.

For instance, with this new Blogger policy change, my personal blog (since 2001) will see over 500 blogspot.com links go dead.

After Google's change is implemented, there will be no way find and discover adult blogs on the Blogger platform.

The only way to find a post from a blog marked adult -- or to find a Blogger blog that falls outside Google's moving-target definition for acceptable nudes -- will be to receive an invitation directly from the Blogger user who writes the blog.

Even then, to read a post, the invited person will be required to use a Google account to identify themselves, register for a Google account, or opt to view it as a "guest."

Blogger blogs are already restricted for those who don't wish to see the content considered "adult" or sexual in nature, whether by local law, cultural or community standards, work restrictions, or personal choice.

Blogger's Content Warning, which is already applied to these blogs, pops up and requires agreement before proceeding, stating "The blog that you are about to view may contain content only suitable for adults. In general, Google does not review nor do we endorse the content of this or any blog". This is apparently no longer enough to satisfy Google's limits on acceptable use of speech and expression on its Blogger platform.

Google: Removing content it doesn't like

Tumblr attempted a similar move the following month (July 2013), and when Tumblr attempted to remove its adult blogs from every form of search and discovery possible, user (and observer) outcry prompted Yahoo's property to rethink its plans -- and come up with a less severe solution to increasing restrictions on its sex-positive userbase.

The last time Google moved to get the "adult" undesirables off its Blogger user base was June 2013, when Google gave "adult" users three days to remove anything Google considered adult advertising from their blogs, or face deletion.

Users then were furious, and confused by Google's vague wording, and scared that their links to racy Amazon affiliate products might get their blogs erased. Some opted to move to self-hosting, which is a safer option than trusting art, writing or creative speech to any conservative company.

Yet even then, we were inclined to think the adult ad purge was about neither adult themes (curtailing censorship or speech, simply because it's something Google or its controlling interests do not like) nor advertisement, but security issues with porn ads that contain malware.

With this move, Blogger -- Google -- isn't eliminating blogs that are raking in porn dough, or exposing innocents to objectionable content.

Google is removing sexual content because it doesn't like people posting it on Google's Internet.

Sexual and erotic expression is protected speech, and pornography is not illegal.

The search giant arguably controls the world's ability to find information online. comScore's March 2014 U.S. Search Engine Rankings show Google leading the core search market with 67.5 percent of all search queries conducted.

Google is a company, and may do as it pleases with its products.

But that maxim is a red herring when cultural shocks like domestic spying shine a light on the acute role Google embodies as a public utility, and our very real need for Google not to mess with open access to information, no matter if Google "likes" the content of that information or not.

Remember, Blogger's door started slamming shut on those deemed less deserving of its 'privilege' after Google walked through it.

ZDNet has contacted Google for comment and will update this article accordingly.

See also: Thanks for nothing, jerkface


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Nov122016

Spanking study misses the mark

This is a rush transcript from "The Five," February 10, 2012. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

GREG GUTFELD, CO-HOST: So, according to a new review of old research, spanking or slapping your child can have a long-term harmful effect on your hands. Sorry, I meant child.

The researchers point to links between such punishment and increased child aggression -- meaning when you hit a kid, you create a kid who hits, which makes if you are a rotten parent. What else does the poor kid have to go on? There could be a genetic component, too, or propensity for aggression that could run on the family.

But also, this data to me seems misleading. It's as if the researchers had Perfect Spanking lumped all physical discipline together under the umbrella of violence.

But come on, there's a difference between lightly paddling a behind with a newspaper and smacking a face. A thoughtful parent knows the difference. A horrible jerk of a dad cannot.

So, what do the experts behind this study suggest you do instead? Provide them with reward or praise.

That's garbage, too. We know this. Research found that always praising kids is also harmful, making them shy away from real challenges. That is rewarding a child for idiocy means they could be idiots forever.

But I don't have kids. It's a deal I made with authorities. So, let's turn to an expert on child rearing who's been really successful raising valuable members of society.

Hey, mom. How are you?

GREG'S MOM, SENIOR CORRESPONDENT (via telephone): OK. And how are you?

GUTFELD: I'm doing fine.

So, mom, we're talking about spanking.

GREG'S MOM: Oh, yes.

GUTFELD: How do you feel about spanking?

GREG'S MOM: I just don't believe in it, because it doesn't do any good. I mean, it makes kids angrier than they were.

GUTFELD: Do you have no memory at all of chasing me around the living room with a flyswatter?

GREG'S MOM: My gosh, honey, I'm 87 years old. And God has given me the grace to forget a lot of things.

GUTFELD: That's my point. You don't remember the flyswatter do you?

GREG'S MOM: No, I don't. I have several that are broken. Do you think it's the problem?

GUTFELD: I think the broken flyswatter should be a hint that something might have occurred back in the early '70s.

GREG'S MOM: Yes. Now, you be a good boy and I won't come to New York and hit you.

GUTFELD: OK. I like how she wraps up the segment. See you later, mom. Love you.

GREG'S MOM: Bye.

GUTFELD: Well, I guess she knows best. I think.

DANA PERINO, CO-HOST: I bet you were a big troublemaker.

GUTFELD: I wasn't. I had good grades.

ERIC BOLLING, CO-HOST: Can I say something?

GUTFELD: What?

BOLLING: Your mom is adorable.

PERINO: Yes.

KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE, CO-HOST: She's so cute.

GUTFELD: Now, actually, that's not really my mom. That was a pretape of me in a wig. It had a serious, serious problem.

Dana, we were talking in the green room. You were beaten regularly.

PERINO: Can't you tell? I did get spanked, though.

GUTFELD: Yes.

PERINO: I mean, I kind of -- I could be sarcastic and talk back sometimes.

(CROSSTALK)

PERINO: Yes, really. This is true. Sometimes I especially got spanked with a wooden spoon. My mom is watching right now and I'm sorry I just told the world that. But it's true. It really hurt. I would be nervous, if she reached for the wooden spoon, I would shut up.

GUTFELD: Imagine how the spoon felt.



PERINO: I know. Must have hurt that.

GUTFELD: Eric? Any history --

BOLLING: I have a 13-year-old. I wouldn't -- I just won't do it. I'm not for it. I'm against it.

But I will tell you a quick story. It went to Jesuit high school. One day, the gym teacher walked in just when I was pulling a mat out of a kid who was jumping on the mat, he fell on his butt. He saw me do it. He said, at the time you were allowed to hit, (INAUDIBLE) corporal punishment.

He said, you know, grab the ankles, grab the ankles. And I got paddle, the baseball bat. I'll tell you, it works. I was pretty good for the rest of four years for high school.

GUTFELD: I think that kind of punishment works when the thing you have done involves some kind of physical activity, like if you threw a rock at somebody, or you vandalized. The idea -- the physical punishment is always good in memorable. It's when people do it just in the middle of Wal-Mart because you won't stop crying.

Kimberly, you once worked at a place where you administered spanking.

(LAUGHTER)

GUILFOYLE: Oh, you mean because I'm recession proof?

GUTFELD: Yes.

(CROSSTALK)

GUILFOYLE: I have a little boy. Five.

GUTFELD: Beautiful boy.

GUILFOYLE: Yes.

GUTFELD: How do you feel about this issue?

GUILFOYLE: Well, you know, I don't spank. He's -- we talk about it, like you know, he is strong, aggressive kid. But he listens, he obeys. So that's a good way to teach boys. You know, you don't need to hit them, if you have -- if they have respect for you. It's mutual, of course.

And I went to Catholic school. All girls Catholic school and high school, too.

GUTFELD: Even better.

GUILFOYLE: Yes. (INAUDIBLE). But I was never spanked. I've -- when I was older, but not then. Not disciplined.

GUTFELD: Bob, do you think spanking is detrimental?

BOB BECKEL, CO-HOST: Sure. You know, I'm glad you said something in the monologue about abuse beyond spanking. Hit people.

I came up in an environment where it went well beyond spanking. I got to tell you, that it is abusive. It certainly leads to aggression, good case in point.

But also, study shows it brings to more addiction. Another case in point.

For people who have been abused out there in their lives, there is some good news here. And that is you learn resiliency skills and you learn how to talk fast, you learn how to cut deals, you learn how to lie on occasion. Perfect training to be a politician or commentator, right?

But for those people and there are a lot of them who are subjected to that, it is a horrible retched thing but there is hope for you. You do better than I did. But at least I did all right.

So, yes, I wouldn't consider it. As a matter of fact, I have seen somebody lift their hand against their kid in a park and I lifted my hand against him. I probably shouldn't have done it. But those things are, it's personal. Yes.

GUTFELD: Yes, but I guess where is this going when this research is being published. Instructing people how to treat their kids or is this going toward laws where you can actually be arrested if you discipline your child? Do you think that's --

GUILFOYLE: That's true.

PERINO: I think some people would probably like that. But I also think that parents are smart enough to figure out -- I mean, the abuse is real, but I think it's a small percentage.

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BECKEL: There's probably laws on the books, by the way, if teachers see someone bruised in a school, they have to call authorities. When I was a kid, they never had those laws and so, they never called in. But now, they do. I think it's good thing.

PERINO: You see some of the kids in the store and they do need a spanking.

GUTFELD: Well, that's the other thing. If you were at like Target or Wal-Mart and you're disciplining your kid because your child is throwing something. If another parent comes -- or not a parent, but just some well- meaning person comes in --

(CROSSTALK)

BOLLING: I do that, though. If someone is being aggressive the kid in public, I just say listen, don't do it. Cut it out.

PERINO: I just don't see it. I guess I don't get out much.

GUILFOYLE: I've seen it. Yes.

PERINO: I've seen it once in a while. I remember this one kid screamed at her mother "You hate children, obviously." The mother was like, yes, I do. It was a horrible, it was in T.J. Maxx. I remember that very well.

My friend watching today, Jamie, you'll remember that.

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Nov122016

Twitter's Vine Includes Pornographic Content

Twitter's Vine, an app that allows you to create six-second videos, launched late last week to much excitement. Within hours, thousands of people on Twitter were tweeting short videos. Vinepeek, a new site that lets you watch streams of so-called Vines from around the world, even sprang up.



But some of those short videos began to include pornography.

Over the weekend technology websites, including Business Insider, The Verge and TechCrunch reported that a search for "#porn" in the new app brought up many videos with hardcore porn.

Vine says that users can report this content and the video will be covered with a warning message. "Users can report videos as inappropriate within the product if they believe the content to be sensitive or inappropriate (e.g. nudity, violence, or medical procedures)," Twitter said in a statement to ABC News. "Videos that have been reported as inappropriate have a warning message that a viewer must click through before viewing the video."

More: Vinepeek.com: An Unmoderated Glimpse Into Life Around the World

Twitter and Vine said they will only remove the video if it violates its guidelines. "Uploaded videos that are reported and determined milf big tits shemale webcams to violate our guidelines will be removed from the site, and the user account that posted the video may be terminated," Twitter said. Vine's Terms of Service does not explicitly say anything about pornography or nudity. A search by ABC News for #porn within the app brought up at least 10 pornographic clips, many of which were not covered up by the warning message.



To make matters worse, this morning a pornographic video containing images of oral sex was marked as an "Editor's Choice" in the Vine app. Twitter apologized in a statement: "A human error resulted in a video with adult content becoming one of the videos in Editor's Picks, and upon realizing this mistake we removed the video immediately. We apologize to our users for the error."

Users noticed the misplaced and pornographic video. Many tweeted about the issue and one user complained in a review in Apple's App Store: "If my kids got a hold of this I would be so mad. There is no way to block users or make sure unwanted videos stay off."

The review brings up issues surrounding the app's presence in Apple's App Store. Apple has long limited apps with pornography. Just last week it pulled the 500px photo-sharing app because of complaints about nudity.

"The app was removed from the App Store for featuring pornographic images and material, a clear violation of our guidelines," Apple's Tom Neumayr said in a statement to ABC News last week. "We also received customer complaints about possible child pornography. We've asked the developer to put safeguards in place to prevent pornographic images and material in their app."

Vine, however, has been one of the top apps in the App Store since it was released last week, receiving Apple's Editor's Choice award. It is rated 12+, for teenagers or older, with a warning of "infrequent/mild sexual content or nudity." 500px was able to resubmit its app after putting stricter filtering settings in place and adjusting the rating of the app.

Apple declined to comment about Vine.




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Nov042016

CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley - Latest News & Videos



11/03: Trump and Clinton push on as race tightens; U.S. ambassador to Denmark becomes unlikely reality TV star

Hillary Clinton's lead over Donald Trump is down to three points in a CBS News/New York Times poll released Thursday; Rufus Gifford, the U.S. ambassador to Denmark and former Obama fundraiser, took the idea of transparency in government to a new level: he let Danish TV cameras film his work and life.




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