Google Announces New Measures Against Child Pornography




Google‘s executive chairman Eric Schmidt has announced the company will start to globally block links to child pornography material within the next six months

In an op-ed in British newspaper Daily Mail, Schmidt said Google has assembled a team of more than 200 experts working on new technology to address this problem. As a result, Google will prevent links to child sexual abuse material from appearing in search results. The company will also show warnings at the top of more than 13,000 search results, explaining that child sexual abuse is illegal and offering advice on where to get help

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