Is there a way to filter Siri results on the new MacOS Sierra?

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Is there a way to filter Siri results on the new MacOS Sierra? Does it show up in the accountability report? If not could we get those things added?

Though you can't ask Siri to look up lude things you can still get her to show you some stuff like lingerie pictures. Though the pictures are small and if I want to click on them they are blocked I don't want to be able to access them in the first place.
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Southpaw102

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Southpaw102

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Nevermind I figured it out. Just add bing.net (not bing.com, but bing.net) to your block list and pictures won't show up in Siri's search results, they will be blank boxes instead. (I have bing.com blocked for other reasons so it's possible you will need to block it as well for this to work). I hope this helps others.
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Thank you!  This is great.  Thinking this will also fix the issue of being able to access image thumbnails on iOS!  Hated that Siri / Spotlight Search seems to be the one hole on my iPhone that I couldn't patch.  So glad I can now cut off access to this.  Thinking I will also block wikipedia.org since Wikipedia has thumbnail images sometimes as well.
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Yeah when I have an issue like this I go to the URL log of covenant eyes and find out what URLs are being used and then I block them. Just took me a bit to remember that when dealing with the new Siri.
I have my computer on the strictest settings so sometimes I have to do the reverse as well...find out what URLs are being blocked that are preventing a feature from working and then add them to the allowed list.