Google: automatically blurs inappropriate images in search results

Google is rolling out a new online safety feature to help users avoid seeing violent or pornographic graphics when using its search engine. google blur images

The new feature was announced during the company's Safer Internet Day event on Tuesday.

The new default setting will be enabled for everyone and will automatically blur inappropriate images that appear in search results, even for users who don't have SafeSearch enabled.

Google confirmed to The Verge that, if they choose, logged-in users over the age of 18 will be able to turn off the blur setting completely after its release in the "coming months". The Best Technology Site in Greecegns

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