reply to post by Thurisaz
Our Personal Web Bubble
Google automaticaly filters your web experience according to what you search for,
in what context and what kind of sites you usually visit.
This way, everyone lives in their own web-bubble.
If everyone on ATS did a search for the same term,
everyones result would differ according to their personal surfing habits.
Click on these dark sites often and they will appear in all of your search results.
Once I let my wife listen to Jon Bovi on youtube.
1 or 2 songs, no more....
Ater that, Jon Bovi songs started coming up in my "suggestions list" for the next week...
There may be worse things, but that was distressing enough for me.
Protect the Kids
Safe filtering only creates a fluffy bubble for kids,
Web-Education is better.
Don't click on ads or flashing symbols, Nothing is free,
Don't give away personal details, Ignore everything except what you are searching for.
It's more important to teach kids personal responsibility than wrap them in cotton wool.
I don't want these kind of sites on my surfing history,
so I don't click on them.
Kudos to you, OP, for reporting the evil people.