[NetBehaviour] sondheim censored....
carlos.katastrofsky at gmx.net
Thu May 4 13:19:48 CEST 2006
a few months ago the austrian art- group "monochrom"
( http://www.monochrom.at/english/ ) also went down on the google - index.
altough they had a top ranking (#1 if you were looking for "monochrom" @
google.com), today the website can be found only on page 10 or something
(to be correct: number 89 in the ranking is a link to a game (sovjet
unterzoegersdorf) on their website, not to the entrypage). johannes (one
of the group) told me that a friend of him said monochrom was somwhere
listed as site with "explicit content", which is simply not true.
google frightens me again...
On Thu, 04 May 2006 02:03:21 +0200, marc <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org>
> Hi Leon & Alan,
> Yes - I find it all pretty disturbing. I will be bnack there next week
> and will have a chat with the techies there, to get some info about
> Not just that - furtherfield for some reason has been shoved down the
> google listings, and believe me there are plenty of links out there
> connecting to furtherfield. One of the F-crew found out that it was
> something to do with explicit material on the server (or somthing),
> which there isn't. I have emailed google and have totally ignored
> regarding this. It is worrying...
>> Hi Marc -
>> Could you possibly look into this and try some other files such as A4?
>> This is disturbing; what I don't understand - how do they know the
>> content? There is a blurred image of breasts, that's all. And "moon"
>> doesn't give anything away unless someone thinks it has to do with
>> "mooning". I'd appreciate anything else you could add to this..
>> Thanks, Alan
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