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(C|Net)   Google now accounts for 25% of all Internet traffic. Researchers confirm the statistic by looking it up on Google   ( divider line
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2013-07-24 10:55:44 AM  
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ManateeGag: I'm sure it helps that it's most people's home pages.


Vash's Apprentice: I'm guessing 80% of that is searching Google Video for porn.

Uh, not that I've ever done that.

Ever since Google started filtering their image search (you have to add something like 'naked' or 'nude' or 'sex' or whatever after your search term to get more accurate results), I've slowly made my over to Bing for my 'research' purposes. The layout may suck ass, but at least they don't make you jump through hoops just to have some'gathering of statistical data', if you will.

/Yes, even with strict filtering off, GIS still filters images unless you are very specific.
//IE: Scarlett Johansson = SFW, Scarlett Johansson naked = NSFW, if you're lucky.
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