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Google search

Using the Google search engine to find information. The terms "Google" and "Google search" are generally synonymous. However, "Google search" is used to differentiate Web searching via Google with the myriad other applications and services Google offers. See Google Voice Search, Google Assistant, Google Now, Google algorithm and Google Search Appliance.
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Researchers for Tech-Crunch found illegal photos of under-age boys and girls were displayed on the search engine's image results using simple search terms with the SafeSearch filter switched off.
An investigation by TechCrunch revealed that illegal photos of young boys and girls were displayed on the search engine's image results using simple search terms with the SafeSearch filter switched off.
Bing provides a SafeSearch feature to filter out inappropriate content, along with other customization options.
As an additional protection layer, the browser extension Avira SafeSearch Plus is also part of the suite.
Google Asia Pacific has created its own online safety tools: SafeSearch in Google Search; Safety Mode in YouTube; content rating and filtering in Android; teen settings; and notifications in Google+.
Google has a feature called SafeSearch where you can filter out adult content from search results.
For those seeking more help, Newberry said, "We also have Googlers who travel and meet with schools and educators to provide training and support around search." Google also provides SafeSearch, which allows network administrators to prevent adult content from appearing in search results.
Cayla, who is suitable for children aged four and over, comes complete with "lovely hair and a cool out[euro]t", while Google's SafeSearch technology means there will be no experimenting with "bad words" and unsuitable content.
Windows parental control and Google Safesearch are both good places to start, but other systems are available.
The feature automatically activates SafeSearch for supervised users, to refrain adult content from showing up in the web searches.
Apart from the added functionality of 'Don't ask, don't smell' SafeSearch, Google jokingly promises 'Scratch and Sniff Books', 'Foodles', 'Self-driving New Car Smell', 'YouTube Nosed Captions' and 'AdScentBETA for Business'.