Not Safe For Work (NSFW) or Not School/Work Suitable (NSS / NWS) refers to objectionable content which are officially or unofficially banned in office and schools. From Wiki,

Typically, the NSFW tag is used in E-mail, online videos and on interactive discussion areas (such as Internet forums, blogs and community websites) to mark URLs or hyperlinks which may be sexually explicit or include audio containing profanity, helping the reader avoid potentially objectionable content.

Here are some tips and tricks to avoid embarrassing situations by accidentally clicking open NSFW content at office or school.


Related Read: Access Blocked Websites at Office or Schools

variably-safe-for-work

Variably SFW is a simple service which helps you check any site before opening, if you doubt whether the site is NSFW. Just input the url which needs to be tested in the box provided. Once you click on preview, you will be redirected to a page which has a slider which can be slid to display the content partially to confirm if it is a page safe for work. Sliding across the bar from left to right will proportionately decreases the opacity. Slider can be moved for more contrast if the page looks legit, otherwise you can avoid visiting the page and protect yourself.

isnsfw

If you are sharing a NSFW link with your friends, you better warn them so that they don’t get into trouble. Once they are aware, they can pick and choose the right time (when the boss is away) to open the link. For that, you can use isNSFW , which is a URL shortener specially for NSFW content. You can categorize not safe for work content as Offensive, Gore, Nudity or XXX. You can even choose a custom slug for your URL.

Better be safe than sorry!

[via]TechPavan & tothepc


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