On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:45 AM, Andreas Kolbe <jayen466(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
If you want to make a valid counterargument, say that you are worried that
ISPs and countries might use our category definitions as a starting point
for a bolt-on
censorship system that restricts access to these images. However, be clear
that then it
would be *them* who would be hiding our content, not us. The worst you can
accuse us of
is that we made it easier for them.
That does worry me though.
We'd still be in good company, as all other major
websites, including Google, YouTube and Flickr, use equivalent systems,
systems that are
I thought youtube had community guidelines where users could report images
they found offensive and those were removed from the site - although from
these guidelines it is not clear how many users need to complain before
something is taken down. 1? 10? 100? 1000?
I can't link the guidelines, they're coming in Korean at Seoul airport,
where I am.
So I thought we were actually proposing something quite different from
youtube, for instance.