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  1. Google Blocks Child Abuse Images on 100,000 Search Terms

    In addition to efforts from Google and Microsoft, the Internet Watch Foundation has been given a £1.5 million funding boost in order to hire more skilled analysts to seek out child abuse sites. Google will block more than 100,000 unique search...

  2. SEMPO Tells Government: Don't Censor Search Engines

    Even net-based regulation is seen as appropriate by most; restricting child pornography, for example, is generally seen as a good thing. The foundation for the requirements above is education. Some webmasters also approach Google rankings with a...

  3. Some Googlers Don't Want Their Kids Using Google Products

    While Google executive Alan Eagle may "fundamentally reject the notion you need technology aids in grammar school," four plus years ago the company joined the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Foundation which sponsored giving laptops to children in...

  4. Microsoft CEO: We've Got Siri Beat, Bing vs Google = Draw

    Recalling that conversation from his last appearance at the event, Battelle asked Ballmer how Bing, which he’d referred to then as “his child,” is doing. The foundation has been laid for bigger and better things with Bing’s boosted relevance, he said.

  5. Google.org (aka Google Foundation) Web Site Has Now Been Updated

    Water Research: Google plans to support research in western Kenya to identify ways to prevent child deaths caused by poor water quality and to better understand what works in rural water supply. Earlier, Danny blogged details about plans for the...

  6. Google Gives Google Foundation Update, Though Official Site Remains Mum

    The charitable group, promised as part of its IPO, has been funded initially with $90 million and has already made donations to a fund to fight global poverty, another to help small businesses in developing countries and research to prevent...

  7. Search Engines And Legal Issues

    FYI, I tried repeating the search (he's named in the article) and came up with nothing about a missing child on Google (for the first five pages of results) or Google Images (for the first two pages of results).