Google’s Done With Internet Pornography

Google’s Done With Internet Pornography

Google’s Done With Internet Pornography

One of Google’s most bold, yet controversial stances within their corporate policy has been their stance against pornographic material among their ad network.

I absolutely love that Google is taking a stance against the industry, and the declining of explicit content through their platform is the first step in cleaning up the web.

“Google recently sent an email alerting their advertisers – particularly pornography and other adult themed websites – that they will be implementing their new advertising policy which eliminates pornographic and sexually explicit ads. In addition, it seems Google will also no longer link to sites that contain such materials, no matter how benign their advertising.” – PornHarms.com

As a pastor, pornography is an addiction that I’ve helped many people find freedom from. This is a joyful day for anyone who sees the harm in which the porn industry provokes for its viewers, and for those involved in its cultivation.

And while it’s obvious that not every advertisement will get filtered out of their system immediately, it’s a great start regardless. Be praying for Google, their AdSense platform, and the changes being made within their company. This is a great day for the web.

-Jarrid Wilson

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  • Kelton May 30, 2015 at 6:03 AM

    Now if they would ban explicit materials from their searches…hey but it is a step.

  • Ray April 18, 2015 at 7:19 PM

    Ever hear of Christian pornography? It’s in the bible and it’s not out of context.

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