Bada “Bing” a Go-Go: Lazy Porno Fans Thrilled With Search Engine

June 9, 2009

(ChattahBox)—Bing, Microsoft’s new search engine is delighting porno fans with its unique feature of displaying full-motion videos on its search results page. Lazy porno fans don’t even have to click over to view the content, with one search term producing immediate snippets of raunchy videos. Other users are not so happy. China and a few Muslim countries have already taken steps to restrict the video capability of the search engine.

Bing was launched by Microsoft last week to great hype and a huge $80 to $100 million media blitz with the aim of imprinting our brains with the Bing brand for weeks to come, convincing us that Bing is the best and greatest so we will abandon Google.

However, its grand plans may have hit a little snag. Its full-on video search capabilities are drawing fire from parent’s groups, corporate executives and are even raising questions of copyright infringement.

Microsoft doesn’t block the video content on Bing’s search result pages, which also seems to bypass corporate security filters to keep porn out of the workplace.

Additionally, Bing’s feature of displaying video content without the need for users to click over to the originating site to view it, could present a legal headache for Microsoft, exposing the company to copyright infringement lawsuits.

Meanwhile, Microsoft has unleashed its Bing media campaign. I already saw a Bing advertising promotion on the Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart show this week.

With is porno friendly features, perhaps Microsoft should consider renaming its search engine to “Bing a Go-Go.”

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