If you try to name/re-name a file with “BBC” or include same in the file description when sharing, it’s blocked by the language filter. Why? What about “BBC” could possibly be triggering the Inappropriate Content pop-up? I personally curse like a sailor constantly, but cannot for the life of me extrapolate anything out of it that I think would be offensive to somebody else. Any idea?
It doesn’t always mean Big Block Chev - apparently
Ooh, yes, I see it now. Woe be the evils of BlackBerry, BB&T Bank, B.B. King, ‘baby’ slang, along with the sinister branding for ice bream, skin care products, air rifles, and garden & landscape centers!
So, needless to say, that wasn’t helpful; any other suggestions?
Try BING search and turn off the adult filter… go straight to images - there’s nothing on BB King in there
Google it is a broad term for looking it up on the internet (like Hoovering the carpet with a Vax) don’t actually use google.
…hmm, I see. Okay, so, …the filter gets triggered because of a potential close association with either toy BB guns or unprotected anal love… both of which could not have been further from my mind. #themoreyouknow
LoL, I had to have it explained too when I tried to share these…
I’ve since realised BBC1 works just fine
Nor is it necessarily to do with British TV. To save you from the Googling, let’s just say that it has naughty connotations.
big black coke
And because apparently this game is rated E for everyone so they can’t take any chance. They would censor the game itself if need be
It’s Beef, Bacon & Cheddar. But everybody hates Arby’s.
There’s no need to know why, just that it is.
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