[thelist] Marking a site as "sensitive" but not "adult"

Jeremy Weiss eccentric.one at gmail.com
Wed Aug 16 22:23:28 CDT 2006


He may be referring to SafeSurf's PICS label. Here's an example off their

<META http-equiv="PICS-Label" content='(PICS-1.1
"http://www.classify.org/safesurf/" l r (SS~~000 1))'> 

For more information go to http://www.safesurf.com/ssplan.htm 

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On 8/16/06, Dominick Cancilla 
<dominick.cancilla at buckconsultants.com> wrote:
> I have a client Web site at http://www.revisionistphotos.com that 
> features artwork based on Holocaust photographs. Not 
exactly happy stuff.
> My client has vague memories of meta tag that you can use to mark 
> sensitive content for the search engines. He doesn't want 
> to mark the 
> content as "adult" (because it's not porn and he doesn't want to be 
> blocked by libraries and such), just not for kids.
> Any ideas? Or is it even worth trying to do something like this? My 
> guess would be that any tag that marked something as not 
> for kids will 
> be interpreted as labeling porn by some page-blocking service 
> somewhere or other.
> Thanks for the advice!
> --Dominick

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