Toronto Star's Cathal Kelly put to the test three "moral" search engines which are taylored to Islamic (imhalal.com), Evangelical Christian (seekfind.org) and Jewish (jewogle.com) traditions. Supposedly, each search engines filters the results based not just on relevance but also on scripture.
Cathal decided to ask each engine about petting, Brazilian, grinding, abortion, third base and compare the results with Google. Pretty funny.
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