Good heavens, no. If an individual wants to censor their results (like if they have children or something) then they should have at it, but governments should never censor the Internet.
I agree with I agree with imichelle. If you want to censor your search engine then you can always put the safe search option on but the government should never censor search engines.
If you want censorship, move to China. They've got loads of it for you.
Go listen to The Dead Kennedy's "Holiday in Cambodia" and think about what you've got.
Why does everyone want to screw it up for the rest of us? If you can't handle what you find, go read a book. With big pictures and few words.
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