[Foundation-l] Letter to the community on Controversial Content

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Sun Oct 16 10:53:31 UTC 2011

On 11/10/2011 15:33, Kim Bruning wrote:
>  <flame on> Therefore you cannot claim that I am stating nonsense.
>  The inverse is true: you do not possess the information to support
>  your position, as you now admit. In future, before you set out to
>  make claims of bad faith in others, it would be wise to ensure that
>  your own information is impeccable first. </flame> sincerely, Kim
>  Bruning

I claim that you are talking total crap. It is not *that* difficult to 
get the
categories of an image and reject based on which categories the image
is in are. There are enough people out there busily categorizing all the
images already that any org that may wish to could block images that
are in disapproved categories.

The problem, and it is a genuine problem, is that the fucking stupid images
leak out across commons in unexpected ways. Lets assuime that an 6th grade
class is asked to write a report on Queen Victoria, and a child serach 
for prince albert:


If you at work you probably do not want to clicking the above link at all.

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