- The thread in question, which contained the image flagged by Google Policy, was originally posted back in 2010. The thread linked to an ABC.co.au article about a guy who was acquitted of charges of possession of underage material in Puerto Rico. He'd bought a pirated DVD in Venezuela and was busted by U.S. Customs because there was a picture on the cover that looked like she was underage (I'm certain this picture isn't the same as the image Google flagged, by the way). At the trial a child psychologist even testified that there was no way she could be an adult. Someone managed to locate the actress, however, who flew down and testified in person that she had been 19 years old at the time. He was cleared of all charges.
This reminds me of the insanity in Australia that bans porn from actresses with breasts that are too small and therefore look like they are underage So because google has such shit terrible customer service an 18 year old internet company took a giant hit in the shorts.
Drew is asking that this be floated around the internet, so here is the direct link to his version of events. I'm really interested in the Google version of what happened.