The Google Tech Talk I gave on sex on the Internet and sexual privacy online has been viewed 1,521,951 times.
(I’ve presented two, at their invitation.)
CINE + OCTO = BOO reports* that “Google Instant launched today, and already folks have noticed that some searches fail to yield the “instant” treatment. Yep, naughty searches get the big “no no” from Google, but then again so do searches for Violet Blue and Tiny Nibbles.” (link)
Right now, I don’t know why I keep doing this. Dear Google: watch this:
* CINE OCTO clarification: The porn performer who used my name in her performances, Ada Mae Johnson, acknowledged on record in Federal court years ago that she had no right to use my name as her stage name in anything, ever, (or to occasionally dress up like me when she did so). There is no “porn star of the same name.”
UPDATE: It seems to block me (not justTiny Nibbles), and sex educator Shanna Katz as well (see her comment below). Carnal Nation reports that Google Instant is not blocking “gay” but *is* blocking searches for “lesbian” and “bisexual”. What the hell? CN’s screencap: