Koogle: ‘Kosher’ search engine launched in Israel

Guardian – “A new “kosher” search engine called Koogle has been launched for orthodox Jews living in Israel, allowing them to surf the net without compromising the religious standards set by their rabbis. Koogle, which is a pun on search engine behemoth Google and a popular Jewish noodle dish, will filter out forbidden material, such as sexually explicit images or pictures of women deemed to be immodestly dressed, and restrict purchases of taboo items including television sets, which are banned in orthodox households.”

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One Response to “Koogle: ‘Kosher’ search engine launched in Israel”

  1. Auntie Nanuuq
    June 15, 2009 at 6:24 pm #

    oy vay….vat vill dey think of next?

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