Google extends SafeSearch by blurring obscene images by default

As part of Safer Internet Day, Google is releasing a variety of security features to better protect people as they browse the Internet. Chief among these, SafeSearch Filters for Underage Usersis expanding and will become the default setting for all.

This means that Google Search will automatically blur offensive images that appear in search results even if you don’t have the filter turned on. Extended reason, by company (opens in a new tab), is to ensure that users, especially minors, do not inadvertently see pornography on Search. Users will be able to turn off the new blur at any time or make it more strict.


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