Google has added a new filter to their image search to make it harder to find porn, thus defeating the purpose of Google image search and the Internet as a whole. They insist this isn't a censorship measure, but rather a move to make sure users find "exactly what they're looking for." Are people using Google image search for something other than porn? Huh, I'll be damned.
At a press conference in San Francisco today, Google has introduced the world to its new image search redesign. The new Google Images -- which hasn't yet been widely rolled out as of this post, although it should manifest itself for all soon enough -- boasts as its greatest improvement the so-called "infinite scroll," which means that new images instantly load as users scroll down without the need for a page reload, allowing for as many as 1,000 images per page. Text no longer appears unless you click on an image on the scroll, in which case the image zooms and its metadata becomes visible.
As many have pointed out, the new Google images looks sorta like Bing: