Google vs Connecting the Dots Part 6

After 345 Days of accepting that all has been well and we were once again on the Good side of Google’s AdSense censors, suddenly without changing a thing on this end, what was once accepted is now not accepted. It seems that for whatever reason the Google censors don’t like Ladyboys. Needless to say going to bat for Thai ladyboys was the furthest thing from our mind, but it looks like that is where all of this may be heading.

So this whole thing started again on August 22, 2013 with an email from Google saying we were suddenly not in compliance. After a quick check we did find one stray page that we had missed. As is was a bit redundant we decided to simply delete it. Also just to be safe we once again decided to delete all the 50,000 plus translated pages sitting on our server. Seeing that it took over 6 months to fully regenerate them one page at a time every 5 minutes or so, doing it again was not something we were looking forward to doing.

So at this point all was well or at least we thought. The page they had cited was now just unused disk space on our server and so was the better part of a gigabyte of translated pages. But to our surprise we got a second email saying we were still in violation. However the only thing that had changed was the opinion of Google or more specifically it seems one of the censors who happened to look at our page has a disliking for the lifestyle and appearance of Thai Ladyboys.

Now seeing that the general population of the planet is moving to accept same sex marriage, and the US Supreme court has just cleared the way for same sex marriage, we are forced to conclude for lack of a better term Google is doing some Gay Bashing.

So before we roll up our sleeves and if this page is the first you have read, please follow this link to Part 1 and read through to Part 5 then come back here.

So after sitting down and soliciting the opinion of at least 20 people, they were all unanimous in saying that the photos in question did not violate the terms cited by Google for this alleged violation with them being;

  • Strategically covered nudity
  • Sheer or see-through clothing
  • Lewd or provocative poses
  • Close-ups of breasts, buttocks, or crotches

It was however concluded that there was some sexual discrimination going on by Google and that could quickly get them in a whole heap of trouble if some lawyer was looking to make a heap of money by going after Google for open sexual discrimination. Needless to say if you are a lawyer who would love to get involved, please drop us an email at Needless to say it looks like Part 7 of this saga will be along shortly.

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