Colbert wags a finger at Google Glass porn ban

The popular comedian is hilariously unhappy that explicit content has been banned from Google's augmented-reality specs.

Colbert is not sure he wants porn-less Google Glass. Video screenshot by Eric Mack/CNET

Porn is easy to find on the Web through a simple Google search, but as I reported this week , the company's policies make it clear that explicit content is not welcome on Google Glass.

That perceived paradox had Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert wagging his finger at Google on Tuesday.

"Now the only way you can see porn on Google, is by typing 'porn' into Google...or really anything into Google," ranted the comedian on his satirical show, "The Colbert Report."

Watch the full video below, complete with Colbert's rationale for why Google Glass, porn, and self-driving cars should mix:

 

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