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Hers was one of a few businesses left out by Google.“What Google is doing is making it easier for people to find really specific information related to a search term.In a sense it's like we're not getting the same kind of courtesy of that functionality,” she said, adding, “It's easier to find a tip for how to remove an ink stain than how to have an orgasm.”Ducky Doolittle says she’s used to being banned, having been on the Internet since the mid-'90s.“I know some people are all in an uproar about it, but the truth is, my fans know where I am.

Responding to a user query in a help forum post on September 14, a Google employee named "Kelly F" tried to go into the specifics of the word "lesbian." It was the result of a bug, she said, and the company was working to see if it could be fixed.Even the 1961 film Babes in Toyland was deemed NSFW.And it wouldn’t be a true blacklist without some people on it.Shanna Katz, a Phoenix-based sex educator whose results were deemed offensive, finds the whole episode incredibly frustrating and arbitrary.“This means that people looking for me as a sex educator may feel that I'm 'violent' or 'pornographic' because I don't show up," she told me, adding that even her Facebook and Linked In profiles were blocked.

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