Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Paraben Porn Detector

While social networks are the new "time thief," porn has classically been associated with lost resources where workers are concerned. Now, Paraben has released the Paraben Porn Detection Stick - a flash drive which scans any computer into which it is plugged for pornographic images.

The drive loads specialized porn detection software which scans even deleted images using algorithms keyed to flesh tones, shapes, facial recognition, and other criteria. It does not delete the images outright, moving them instead to folders marked "Suspect" and "Highly Suspect." Scans on systems with 500GB hard drives thought to contain some 70,000 +/- images take about an hour and a half and though false positives are common, they are easy to recognize.

The Paraben Porno Stick costs right at $100.00.

© C Harris Lynn, 2010

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