I think my biggest issue with the whole porn thing is the blame game.
Can you really shift responsibility to the parents? No amount of preventative effort or info can possibly reach all parents, especially if they don't know it's an issue already; meanwhile, there is very little way to have such complete control over what your kid does. You can't watch over them in every scenario just to make sure they aren't miss-googling a pokemon game, and if you do, it's not like the computer knows you're watching, any mistake can yield pornographic results and BAM, it's too late - which is a big part of the issue. It's too late. The damage is done before you have the chance to prevent it, and I don't think that much fault can be placed on the consumers or parents for not "knowing better ahead of time", regardless of what information is attempted to be presented to them.
I personally thing the names of the games are meh at best anyway, I prefer the older games named after colors/materials, but that asside I'd still think they would at least do enough homework on their own product before naming it something that might result in the exposure of it's target demographic to materials they legally should not be veiwing. Note, by the way, this is totally in reference to those who are unaware, innocent, and accidental. If you are a minor and looking up pokemon porn or porn of any other nature, that is your own issue, not the one at hand, nor is the accessablility of porn on google (although those ARE semi-related issues that also warrent discussion in other circles).
It just seems like kinda an easily avoidible debacle. Literally, ANY OTHER NAME would have avoided this issue, maybe not 100%, but largely.
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