Response to Adult content filter tag bust? At 10/25/20 PM, BrentHeMan wrote: Edit your profile and add a birthdate that indicates that you are 18+. Should probably clarify that you have to put in a feasible birth-date. I tried doing, 01/01/ and even after making sure the info saved it still didn't work. This meta tag is often used to let the younger web-surfers know the content is appropriate. If you use this tag the wrong way (call an adult website safe for kids is bad!) you will get banned for life.
Rating – This tag is used to denote the maturity rating of content. I wrote a post about how to tag a page with adult images using a very confusing system that has since been updated (see the post's comments). It seems as if the best way to note bad images is to place them on a separate directory from other images on your site and alert Google. Adult Content Lyrics: Young hero, man / Music making like zero, man / Walk 'round town with pants so fat / I look like Kim Kardashian / You know the way I speak is direct / I could leave you upset.
Such a tag could even be used to label individual social networking site user pages that feature adult content. The RTA tag is already recognized by various filtering products and services, and ASACP is working to partner with many more.