On December 11, 2012, Google Images’ search engine algorithm was changed once again, in the hopes of preventing pornographic images from appearing when non-pornographic search terms were used. According to Google, pornographic images would still appear as long as the term searched for was specifically pornographic; otherwise, they would not appear. While Google stated explicitly that they were “not censoring any adult content”, it was immediately noted that even when entering terms such as “blow job”, or “boob,” no explicit results were shown. The only alternative option was to turn on an even stricter filter which would refuse to search for the aforementioned terms whatsoever. It was also noted that users could no longer exclude keywords from their search as before.