I am confused regarding Google's NSFW policies
If you do a google search for any celebrity followed by NSFW, it is reasonably easy to find nude pictures of said celebrity. Interestingly enough, a large percentage of these pages have google ads on them (ie. http://www.inflexwetrust.com/2011/04/10/fellas-check-the-pics-nsfw-sara-jean-underwoods-playmate-of-the-year-photoshoot/). As an experiment, I had reported the embedded link to google a week ago, and so far they have not removed them. Of course, that is a large site, also it is owned by MTV. So, where does google draw the line? What is actually allowed and what is not?
My site is small, but houses over 12,000 articles. Of them, maybe 200 or so have NSFW content. I didn't think that Google would take such offense to them due to the fact that they seem OK with it elsewhere. I know that this was naive, and plan to take steps in order to ensure that I don't upset Google, but I don't want to remove this content from my site entirely because some of those links are the most popular on our site.
Does anyone have any insight on what I should do? How can I keep google happy? Is my method of switching the ads on the NSFW links adequate, or should I take additional steps?
Thanks in advance for any advice
While I have little intention to do such a thing, I can't rule out this possibility in the future.
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