[Clipart] More nsfw stuff
johnny_automatic at mac.com
Mon May 3 21:25:48 PDT 2010
I like what Google and others use: "Adult Content Enabled" or not. By default it is not enabled and to enable it you have to e-sign a waiver. I agree that the NSFW is probably not the best term given the issues we are talking about.
On Monday, May 03, 2010, at 06:11PM, "Francis Bond" <bond at ieee.org> wrote:
>There are two issues here:
>(i) NSFW images --- I agree that we should flag them, and that they
>should not be shown by default. On the other hand, I don't actually
>think that seeing a picture of a naked person is so traumatic, so I
>see no reason not to include NSFW pictures in the collection.
>However, to make the collection accessible to schools, I think it is
>fine to tag even borderline cases as nsfw. My experience with schools
>and online dictionaries is that what will actually happen is that kids
>will search for everything tagged with nsfw, but that is their choice.
> I think it is probably useful for things like the open-office
>clipart repackaging to be able to filter out the NSFW images.
>(ii) the particular image Naked Asian Lady 2 is a popular Japanese
>porn star (I can't recall her name, but I am sure I have seen the face
>before). I very much doubt that the image creator has permission to
>use it, so it should be flagged as a probable copyright violation.
>I don't yet know how to do that, so could someone else please do so?
>The face is so obscured in Naked Asian Lady that I think it is
>probably OK, but IANAL.
>Francis Bond <http://www3.ntu.edu.sg/home/fcbond/>
>Division of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies
>Nanyang Technological University
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