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The Wall Street Journal has revealed that Google has decided to cut its ads from Orkut as a result of “complaints in Brazil about offensive content.” A Brazilian nonprofit group, SaferNet, “has alleged that Orkut contains child pornography and other illegal content on some users’ pages.” Apparently Facebook is having similar issues but with sex predators.

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