We're working with lots of partners like the Internet Watch Foundationthe government and children's charities to make our content as safe as possible for kids. We offer different filters to help to safeguard, but they'll only apply when connected to our network, not over Wi-Fi. At the moment, you can only change your settings on a mobile devicebut it's really easy to do.
When SafeSearch is on, it helps filter out explicit content in Google's search results for all your queries across images, videos, and websites. Learn more about how to stay safe online at safety. When SafeSearch is off, we'll provide the most relevant results for your search which may include explicit content when you search for it.
The web is filled with pornographic content that you may not want your kids or family to see. In this guide, we will teach you how to block pornography on any device - for free. The Internet is an amazing resource, full of information and entertainment for all ages.
Behance is all about helping creative people get exposure for their work, and our "Adult Wall" filter is in this spirit as well. Many countries, schools and companies block web sites that don't offer safe browsing. So, by offering and enforcing this feature, we keep your work available to as broad of an audience as possible. Content behind the adult wall is available only to registered Behance users who are over 18 and who live in countries where adult content is legal.
Apple has long included various means of placing parental controls and filtering for content available on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, but up until recent iOS updates there was not a simple method of blocking web-based adult content and material in Safari. That has changed with new iOS releases, which makes it extremely easy to prevent access to adult themed web sites and general content that is deemed inappropriate for youth. It appears that Apple has a automatic filter layer to prevent direct access to many adult sites and mature web pages, but it also enables the various search engine based filtering options to prevent inappropriate terms from being queried independently, this is done through Google SafeSearch, Bing, and Yahoo, and possibly others, with the result being significant prevention of web searches for a wide variety of terms.
The Firefox browser includes a secret filter that prevents adult sites from showing up on the new tab page, and by doing so, exposing some users' unsavory web browsing habits to nearby friends, to shoulder-surfing strangers, or in the worst case scenario -- to the media. The filter isn't new, dating back tobut has only recently been spotted by some keen-eye Redditors, in November and today. This means that any time a user makes a habit of visiting a particular adult site, or the user intentionally or accidentally bookmarks an adult page, that page won't show up on the New Tab page at the most imappropriate times.
If you're a parent you must be aware that your child could easily come across adult content on a tablet or smartphone with an Android operating system. Apps in Google Play, Movies, and Google search can bring up images you do not want your children to see. Even searching for the word "Small" can bring up images and websites on the first page of the Google search.
What you watch in the privacy of your own home should be no one's business but yours. That was the case until Prime Minister David Cameron decided that there was too much porn available to minors in the United Kingdom. How online pornography is corroding childhood.
The internet is a dangerous place, full of information that may scare or harm your child's development. Website blockers provide an easy way to prevent your child accessing age in-appropriate content, and protecting for shocking images or news. Qustodio works on both computers and smartphones, and it has 29 filter categories and useful time controls.