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11/18/13 at 04:18 PM 0 Comments

Bing and Google Block Child Porn

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According to Google's CEO Eric Schmidt, child porn will be more difficult to find because Google has identified more than 100,000 search queries possibly related to porn and made modifications to its search results. The London Daily Mail also reports that Google has a system for tagging child porn videos.

Microsoft's Bing search engine is also filtering search queries for child porn.

These announcements were made at the internet safety summit held in London by United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron.

Cameron reported that Great Britain and the United States governments are using spy agencies to find people sharing child porn online.

Please don't go searching for it but if you discover child porn online, you may report it at the Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

AFP reported, "In July, Cameron threatened to introduce legislation to block access to illegal images if search engines failed in a "moral duty" to do so voluntarily."

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