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    • CommentAuthorsjwalter
    • CommentTimeJul 30th 2009
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    So, I'm just going through the domains that were blocked on one of my networks, and I noticed a lot of...

    ts3.explicit.bing.net
    ts4.explicit.bing.net
    ts1.explicit.bing.net

    With around 50 hits, per site, per month.

    Can I safety assume that someone is actually TRYING to access explicit adult content through Bing, or could it be showing it through some kind of ad?

    I noticed that Microsoft moved all the adult content to the subdomain explicit.bing.com which I think is good.

    I don't want to make a mistake and assume that someone is actually going to Bing and searching for adult content, and the owner of the Network I look after doesn't want to have to clamp down on everything with good reason.
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    could be that 1 of their searches just happens to bring up something that is classified as Explicit by Bing.. maybe not that they are intentionally trying to search for such

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