Google Safe Search

Google Still Hates Children – Not So Safe Search

By Justin Seibert| 1 Min Read | July 25, 2011

While doing some searching today for some branded terms, I ran a search on “long fence.”  So of course I get a picture on an AdWords ad of a woman in a fish net dress apparently wearing no bra. For the more technical among you, you’ll tell that this is an example of modified broad matching gone wrong from the advertiser’s perspective.

I logged out of everything and still got the same result.  Then I made sure safe search was on (it wasn’t – this should be the default in my opinion, but whatever).  Ran the result again, same result.

Here it is with Justin Less Offensive Search™ blurring:

And, yes, I’ll keep ranting and posting these examples as I find them.

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