Symantec: Kids Search for Porn, Sex, and Fred

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velocityg4

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They don't mention an age group. So are they defining kids as anyone under 18 or 8? I'd say by 10 any kid with access to a computer are going to search those words.

I would have by the time I was 6.
 

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[citation][nom]velocityg4[/nom]They don't mention an age group. So are they defining kids as anyone under 18 or 8? I'd say by 10 any kid with access to a computer are going to search those words.I would have by the time I was 6.[/citation]

i think it means anyone under the symantec parental controls service so who knows.
 

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[citation][nom]ravewulf[/nom]*Yawn* Not surprised. Did it myself in my teen years[/citation]
Not surprising I did it myself last night... (Im 34)
 

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Man, I remember people bring porn magazines on the bus in fourth grade. Unfortunately for me, I thought the "load" on Missy's chest was being excreted by her skin. LOL... I was some piece of work!
 

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Bullshit no kid looks at that stuff. It's probably the parents browsing for it while the control is turned on. Either that or kids means under age 18 because teens look at porn.
 

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Kids that learn proper sex ed (not porn) at a young age will be much better off later on. My 6 year old has already had "the talk" and he's already much LESS interested in it then he was before. People are more attracted to things they don't know about.
 

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I have to wonder on which search engine they are so frequently searching for Google so as to make it the number 2 search term.
 

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What are they considering a kid? The age bracket would change a lot, I mean is it around 10 year olds? or are 17 and below counted as kids?

And maybe if the US didn't have idiots making sex into such a taboo, we wouldn't have some of the highest STD rates, Teen pregnancies, etc in first world countries. Also, depending on the kid bracket, we wouldn't have little kids looking up sex as they would know what it is and wouldn't so sheltered from it.

I mean come on, if it wasn't for sex none of us would be here.
 

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Some of you are acting like this is new.. The only new thing about this is it's easier to go online then steal somebody stash of playboys. Unless you 60+ when sex was never talked about and you watched Andy griffin, I think you're just forgetting what it was like to be a kid.
 

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You are all missing the real issue; Myspace was the fifth most common term.
"The term "sex" ranked fourth in the list, followed by Myspace"
What are the long term effects of exposure to crappy web pages, which play shit music at you when they load. We will have an entire generation of children who think bad page design is cool. Something needs to be done.
Won't somebody think of the children?
 
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