All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘safesearch’

Could Google’s SafeSearch Be Costing You Traffic By Filtering Your Safe Images?

There’s an interesting thread in WebmasterWorld, in which one webmaster claims that Google is filtering non-explicit image results from their site when SafeSearch is selected. Have you noticed Google filtering safe results with SafeSearch? Let us know in the comments. User mboydnv writes, “Our site has images of Hawaii and other scenery. When SafeSearch is selected all images disappear and …

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Laura Prepon Is The Face Of ‘Orange Is The New Black,’ According To Google

For the last couple weeks, we’ve been hearing that Laura Prepon is leaving the cast of Netflix’s Orange is the New Black. Interestingly, she appears to be the face of the show, at least as far as the world’s largest search engine is concerned. Google’s Knowledge Graph, which aims to show users quick info about whatever topic they’re looking for …

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Google SafeSearch Changes Finally Hit Germany, France, and Other Non-English Speaking Countries

Back in December, Google made some subtle changes to their Image search. To make a long story short, Google made it so that users in the U.S. could no longer disable SafeSearch altogether. At first glance, it appeared as though Google was simply censoring adult content in Image Search – but that wasn’t the case. What they did do, however, …

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Arrested Development May Have Helped Google Clean Up Its Search Results

Mitch Hurwitz, creator of the hit show Arrested Development, participated in a reddit AMA (ask me anything) today. Here’s what he had to say about the story going forward (which could be a fifth season or a movie). As we cover both Arrested Development and Google quite a bit, one particular response unrelated to actual ‘Arrested’ news seemed worth highlighting. …

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Heather Graham And The Difference Between Google And Bing

As we’ve reported on several times, Google has started cleaning up its Image Search experience, sometimes making results less relevant in the process. In fact, some other things that Google is doing these days make for a much more censored experience altogether. With regards to Image Search in particular, they made it harder to find adult content, even with SafeSearch …

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Google SafeSearch Changes Hit the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, and More [CONFIRMED]

It’s official: Google’s fragmented, less-useful Image search has spread from the U.S. and is now affecting English-speaking countries all over the world. Google has confirmed that the previous SafeSearch changes that made it impossible for U.S. users to fully disable SafeSearch have been launched in English-speaking countries internationally. Although, it’s unlikely that Google would describe the changes in that fashion. …

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Google No Longer Allows You to Disable SafeSearch, and That Makes Google Search Worse

UPDATE: Google SafeSearch Changes Hit the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, and More Google has just made their Image search worse in an effort to protect your virgin eyes. If you’re in the U.S. and trying to search for boobs on Google Images right now, you’re going to have a tougher time. That’s because Google has prevented U.S. users from disabling …

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Google Makes Changes To Improve SafeSearch

On Thursday, Google released a list of 65 changes it made during the months of August and September. 5 of the changes are related to SafeSearch, Google’s filter feature that allows you to search without having to see adult content. Those changes are listed as follows: Maru. [project “SafeSearch”] We updated SafeSearch to improve the handling of adult video content …

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