June 22, 2012 4:09 am at 4:09 am #603863
I had the following idea, I want to hear what people think. The problem with inappropriate stuff on the internet is not just a Jewish problem, Non-Jews also do not want their kids seeing pornography ect. So the idea is like this. 1. Every site that has pornography in it has to report itself as such. 2. If they don’t and someone reports them, as a knas they will get kicked off of google (which is how they get most of their money.) 3. All sites with pornography will be put on a separate world wide web. 4. Only people who want it will get it. This will help us immensely, bec. like this non filtered internet will not be that common. (how long will it take b4 the whole world has wifi???)June 22, 2012 4:27 am at 4:27 am #880625
Daniel Q BlogMember
They had such an idea of making the sites .xxx instead of .com. Not sure if it will be implemented.
It’d make sense.
DQBJune 22, 2012 4:46 am at 4:46 am #880626
“How long will it take b4 the whole world has wifi?”
Read “Physics of the Future”, by Michio Kaku. Not very long, he says.June 22, 2012 4:56 am at 4:56 am #880627
Why would google take it off? Pornography is a multi-million dollar industry.June 22, 2012 2:29 pm at 2:29 pm #880628
1. Every site that has pornography in it has to report itself as such.
Report to whom?
Besides, most (if not all) sites with porn already advertise themselves as such. They (just like every other business) *want* people to find them. In addition, most report themselves to the major filtering companies as adult in nature.
. If they don’t and someone reports them, as a knas they will get kicked off of google (which is how they get most of their money.)
How are you going to convince Google to do this? Google is in the business of helping people find what they want (along with providing other web services).
3. All sites with pornography will be put on a separate world wide web.
How do you propose to implement this?
4. Only people who want it will get it.
That’s pretty much the way it is now, isn’t it? No one forces you to go to a porn website.
The WolfJune 22, 2012 3:39 pm at 3:39 pm #880629
The whole “Schmutz” thing is really a straw man, At the Asifa, they “claimed” 36% of websties were Schmutz, All these stories I see claim everyone is looking at “Schumtz”
People here have claimed the “Schumtz” is a huge business.
The truth is the Web is actually killing the Schmutz business as much of it is given away for free.
The Truth is most people do not spend most of their time on “Schmutz” websites, none of the top 15 websites are Schmutz. Most are normal sites like Google, AOL, FB , Amazon etc
The other important statistics for websites is how long a visit to a website lasts. People do not spend much time on shmutz websites, they spend alot more on sites like YWNJune 22, 2012 11:10 pm at 11:10 pm #880630
@recipes you make a faulty assumption ” Non-Jews also do not want their kids seeing pornography” actually most parents in the secular world think its a natural thing and it has become very accepted – yes many dont like it but you do not see them installing filters on family computers. you dont really see much innovation in the internet filtration field because as a whole there isnt much demand to do so and the demand has been decreasing over time. the only ones who still care at all are the more religious catholics.June 24, 2012 3:37 am at 3:37 am #880631
☕ DaasYochid ☕Participant
People do not spend much time on shmutz websites, they spend alot more on sites like YWN
YWN isn’t even in the top 20.
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