Release early, often, and w/ rap music.
If you type “fuck” or “shit” into Google’s new What Do You Love? service you are adorably redirected to “kittens” instead. I dug through their source code and extracted Google’s complete list of unspeakables, embedded below.
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If you type “fuck” or “shit” into Google’s new What Do You Love? service you are adorably redirected to “kittens” instead. I dug through their source code and extracted Google’s...
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Posted on July 28, 2011
[...] was intrigued the other day to read a post about “Google’s Official List of Banned Words” – phrases that, when used on their new “What do you love?” site redirect you automatically to [...]
That’s quite a list there. I’m sure it could be quite a bit bigger though. It looks like there are a few things missing.
[...] Google sees as bad words. I could add a whole lot [...]
If these words are written as comments by the viewers/readers, while Google penalize my site?
Sometimes, we couldn’t stop people from commenting/saying these taboo words. But it’s also unprofessional not to publish it.
Hope you can enligthen me.
Cool, foreskin is still there!
I got lots of cursing in my blog.
[...] Full Story @ F.A.T [...]
I bet a LOT of people love kittens.
Also: “dick” is a no, but “dicks” are a go.
I wonder why “God” is in this list?
With this list, my site will probably have lots of issues.
[...] Reddit tells me that there are 437 such words that are blocked on Google. I found a slightly inaccurate version of that list – http://fffff.at/googles-official-list-of-bad-words/ [...]
[...] chi ha identificato le parole proibite e le ha elencate in Google’s Official List of Bad Words; la scoperta è stata ripresa in vari siti ma va detto che le cosiddette offensive word list sono [...]
Great list didn’t know this! Is there a list with dutch words? I really want to know
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