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

    While no algorithm is perfect – and Google cannot prevent paedophiles adding new images to the web – these changes have cleaned up the results for over 100,000 queries that might be related to the sexual abuse of kids," he wrote.

  2. Adult Films Vivid Asks Google, Yahoo to Protect Kids

    None of the search engines and portals, but particularly Yahoo and Google, has taken any significant steps in this direction. But a way to effectively keep children away through some advanced filtering is something that needs to be developed with...

  3. End Of Size Wars? Google Says Most Comprehensive But Drops Home Page Count

    A few weeks ago, the kids and I were playing Lego Star Wars on our Xbox, which is a great game. Remember, Google -- when it came to popular attention in 1998 and 1999 -- was one of the tiniest search engines at around 20 to 85 million pages.

  4. Google Porn Filter Still Making Mistakes

    So if you need to do comprehensive research, push the kids out of the room and turn the filter off. For more help, Search Engine Watch maintains a list of kid-friendly search engines, which includes a guide to engaging porn filters at search engines.

  5. The Search Engine Update, April 15, 2003, Number 147

    As I said back in 1998, if you are trying to do proper research and are afraid the results might bring up porn, push the kids out of the room and don't engage any search engine's porn filter. That has helped make MSN Search one of the most popular...

  6. FTC Steps In To Stop Spamming

    That's a dead giveaway that this is a site that has nothing to do with kids. Kids Internet Games - Home Page THE starting place for exploring Kids Internet Games, from your Mining Co. For instance, the case cites an example where the top ranked...

  7. The Search Engine Report October 4, 1999 - Number 35

    For instance, the case cites an example where the top ranked site for "kids Internet games" at AltaVista appeared to be a page from the Mining Company (now About.com). That's a dead giveaway that this is a site that has nothing to do with kids.

  8. The Search Engine Report, Oct. 4, 1999, Number 35

    For instance, the case cites an example where the top ranked site for "kids Internet games" at AltaVista appeared to be a page from the Mining Company (now About.com). That's a dead giveaway that this is a site that has nothing to do with kids.