Google Clears Muslim Countries From Top Charts of Porn Searching Nation

Google Clears Pakistan From Top Charts of Porn Searching Nation | PakistanTribe.com

Google Clears Pakistan From Top Charts of Porn Searching Nation | PakistanTribe.com

ISLAMABAD – Few weeks ago some news websites published fake report that tried to prove that Muslims top the list for watching adult material on internet.

Some national and International websites mention in their report that six of the top eight porn-searching countries were Muslim states. The country at number two in the list was Egypt, while Iran, Morocco, Saudi Arabia and Turkey came in at numbers four, five, seven and eight, respectively.

This grossly misrepresented report said that Pakistan (and several other Muslim countries) are topping the charts for various sex-related search keywords, such as “animals pigs, donkeys, dogs, cats, horses, cows, goats, snakes, monkeys, bears, elephants, and the generic term animal”.

This report citied some other keyword, such as “bird sex”, “fat sex” etc. and said that they mostly originate from Muslim countries and that Muslims in general and Pakistan in specific is world leader for searching adult content on internet.

To tell you the fact, this is all wrong and misrepresentation of facts.

For example, the report said that Pakistan tops in searches for keyword “bird sex”, but it intentionally did not mention that keyword “Bird sex” is searched at least 100 times lesser than keyword “sex”.

It’s actually funny that all the keywords for which Pakistan is topping are least popular keywords as compared to mighty keywords such as “sex”, “sex videos”, “free sex”, “porn” etc.

Below is a comparison of some sex-related keywords and the amount of searches these keywords get. You won’t find “bird sex” in the graph, as it is represented in a linear line near Zero index as compared to other keywords.

Google, in its statement then, had said that such minor keywords with extremely low searches may contain inaccuracies because the sample size is too small for the results to be statistically sound.

This whole situation gets even more shameful as publishers like Salon and MIC are sold by such fabricated stories. Express Tribune, The Nation and Pakistan Today also published this fake report.


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