Google xxx

Posted by / 04-Jun-2016 12:41

More recent statistics put the number of pornographic websites at 4.2 million (about 12% of total, a substantial slice), Internet porn sales at nearly billion, peg porn-related materials to a full 25% of daily search engine requests, claim 42.7% of Internet users view porn, and note that it’s not just guys crawling the web’s steamier side these days—one in three visitors to adult websites is female. porn sites generated .84 billion in revenue (thank you, mostly men—72% were then listed as porn viewers).Hello Wednesday and welcome to a new Internet, where domain names with a proper top-level dot-XXX suffix will take you by the hand and lead you, well, somewhere they used to lead you with dot-nets and coms. To make it easier to avoid adult-themed sites…or find them (take your pick). If you’re a brand or IP holder, you’ve got 50 days to pull out your wallet and submit an application, followed by a 17-day period in which would-be adult sites will have a shot at grabbing one. Sounds like a recipe for unanticipated celebrity and branding busywork.No, I don’t mean a bunch of websites dedicated to the “kiss” half of “hugs and kisses,” or that lionize a winning game of Tic-Tac-Toe. Take Alice in Chains (the band) for instance, who share a soundalike name with the obviously riffing porn star Allysin Chaynes. According to BBC News, conflicts will be resolved through arbitration. is good and a service account for real since I added a gcloud identity service or something else that is not a security or a privacy issue.Can you confirm or let me know about the account type that I didn't add myself? Project editor permissions are granted automatically upon creation and are listed under https://console.developers.google.com/project/your-project/permissions.Reverse DNS doesn't resolve (NXDOMAIN), and the user agent is simply [Googlebot]. Since it hits feeds/maps, perhaps it has something to do with feed quality checking?A friend suggested it was a pub DNS exit IP, but I can't tell. EDIT: in addition to the above mentioned range, there is also @William David Edwards This question is about a site I control... The question is about DNS routing and whether or not we should allow this IP to hit the feeds in a rather abusive manner.

IP's fall under the Google ASN but it still seems phishy.

We’re talking adult entertainment, which—whatever your position on the matter—is one of the biggest, fastest growing online industries. XXX domains are now live, though the Washington reports some online porn companies aren’t exactly up and dancing. XXX registrations, ICM Registry LLC, is apparently targeting non-porn entities (say, Hollywood celebrities or name-brand companies) to pay a one-time fee in the hundreds of dollars or risk their names and brands showing up as . You know, like George Clooney.xxx, or if we’re talking companies, hypotheticals like Apple.xxx, YMCA.xxx, or Or Darryl Hanah (the celeb’s spelling: Daryl Hannah). Yep, I’m thinking the same thing: Good luck with that.

In fact a few are balking because they’ve done well enough with their existing domains and don’t want to fork over additional cash to protect the .

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I have edited the question to make that more clear.64.233.160.* 64.233.161.* 64.233.162.* 64.233.163.* 64.233.164.* 64.233.165.* 64.233.166.* 64.233.167.* 64.233.168.* 64.233.169.* 64.233.170.* 64.233.171.* 64.233.172.* 64.233.173.* 64.233.174.* 64.233.175.* 64.233.176.* 64.233.177.* 64.233.178.* 64.233.179.* 64.233.180.* 64.233.181.* 64.233.182.* 64.233.183.* 64.233.184.* 64.233.185.* 64.233.186.* 64.233.187.* 64.233.188.* 64.233.189.* 64.233.190.* 64.233.191.* 66.249.64.* 66.249.65.* 66.249.66.* 66.249.67.* 66.249.68.* 66.249.69.* 66.249.70.* 66.249.71.* 66.249.72.* 66.249.73.* 66.249.74.* 66.249.75.* 66.249.76.* 66.249.77.* 66.249.78.* 66.249.79.* 66.249.80.* 66.249.82.* 66.249.83.* 66.249.84.* 66.249.85.* 66.249.86.* 66.249.87.* 66.249.88.* 66.249.89.* 66.249.90.* 66.249.91.* 66.249.92.* 66.249.93.* 66.249.94.* 66.249.95.* 74.125.* 173.194.* The following ranges have been used for other Google search related bots which still may be the case.

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However, it is also part of the Google e-mail services they provide to web sites and used for web hosting.

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