Filter NSFW images out

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Feb 15, 2019 Feb 15, 2019

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Is there a way to filter out NSFW images. The "Secure Search" filter doesn't really do anything for me.
I tried searching for "Soccer ball shape" and got at least 5 NSFW result only on the first page.

I work in an open workspace and any client can see what's on my screen.

Is there a better way to filter or should Adobe Stock have a NSFW tag ?

Thanks in advance.

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Bonjour, y a t'il une façon de filtrer les images NSFW dans Adobe Stock ? L'option "Recherche sécurisée" ne fait pas grand chose pour moi.
En recherchant "Soccer Ball Shape" je suis tombé sur au moins 5 images NSFW dans la première page.

Je travaille dans un environnement ouvert, n'importe quel client qui passe peut voir mon écran.

Y a t'il une façon de mieux filtrer ou bien est-ce que Adobe Stock devrait avoir un Tag NSFW ?

Merci d'avance.

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Enthusiast , Feb 15, 2019 Feb 15, 2019
In your specific case, I would simply open the filters and choose Exclude people. I know that overall this is not a global solution, but when looking for soccer ball shaped object, humans can be removed and therefore Not Suitable for Work images would not be displayed.After some testing, I did figure out that you can use the (minus) - sexy to exclude most of the NSFW images.Soccer ball shape - sexy  would return no images with the keyword sexy A checkbox for "work-safe" images would be a good fe...

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In your specific case, I would simply open the filters and choose Exclude people. I know that overall this is not a global solution, but when looking for soccer ball shaped object, humans can be removed and therefore Not Suitable for Work images would not be displayed.

After some testing, I did figure out that you can use the (minus) - sexy to exclude most of the NSFW images.

Soccer ball shape - sexy  would return no images with the keyword sexy

A checkbox for "work-safe" images would be a good feature suggestion though - Feature Request/Bug Report Form

-Dax

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