Re: [ga] Google's SafeSearch is overzealous, blocks innocuous domains
- To: Jeff Williams <jwkckid1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [ga] Google's SafeSearch is overzealous, blocks innocuous domains
- From: Hugh Dierker <hdierker2204@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 25 Apr 2004 04:35:25 -0700 (PDT)
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Who is setting the standard for the industry?
I cannot find what some would call an authoritative learned treatise on this matter.
RFCs are ok. But when it comes down to socio-economic quasi legal precedent they fall far short of the adequacy mark. ISO stuff is fairly helpful, when community based organizations enact enforcement by compliance. UBC type code enforcement works fairly well to avoid substandard living and working situations of a hardwire variety.
I wanted something like reliability, stability and security. But for now we seem to be stuck with caveat emptor - buyer beware.
Jeff Williams <jwkckid1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Andy and all former DNSO GA members or other interested
Good point here Andy! And let's also not forget Google's Gmail
privacy holes of recent concern and note as well..
Of course Calif. and other states in the US already have legislation
pending to ban the Gmail service... Will NZ soon follow??
Andy Gardner wrote:
> Another domain related problem with Google is that they ban recycled
> domains (ie deleted and re-registered) from their index, making them
> useless for ecommerce.
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