April 25, 2007

IS THAT ALL? “Report: 80 percent of blogs contain offensive content.”

But seriously, this is lame:

But what’s really considered “offensive” content? A blog merely has to contain a single instance of profanity to be considered offensive, according to ScanSafe. “There were as many blogs with the ‘F-word’ as the word ‘China’,” Nadir told Techworld.

ScanSafe’s larger focus is not necessarily on single instances of offensive content, but overall security and liability for employees who might get caught with undesirable content on their computers while at work.

From what I can tell, the Taliban have fled Afghanistan and now run the Human Resources and IT departments at major American corporations.

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