Originally Published at Movieguide By Movieguide Staff The National Center on Sexual Exploitation recently removed Google’s Chromebook from their “Dirty Dozen List” after the company announced
Originally Published at Faithwire By Trés Goin-Phillips Google finalized steps this month to make it more difficult for sexual exploitation to proliferate on its devices used
Google’s changes will better protect children from exposure to harmful material and from being accessed by predators
Global Tech Giant Google will make Chromebook devices safer for K–12 students—a move that will impact millions of kids worldwide.
Global tech giant Google will make Chromebook devices safer for K–12 students—a move that will impact millions of kids worldwide.
Google must adjust its algorithms so that search terms like “teen porn” stop leading to videos of child sexual abuse material.
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), along with a group of 104 survivors and advocates from 13 countries, have sent a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai requesting that the company “improve its search engine policies to no longer promote access to sexual violence, incest, racist or other abusive pornography.”
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) once again calls on Google to end its role in perpetuating the pornography industry’s exploitation empire, a complicity that the New York Times exposed by outlining Google’s role in directing people to child sexual abuse on pornography website XVideos.
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