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Google’s Eric Schmidt announces new blocks on child porn

18
Nov
2013

Googles executive chairman Eric Schmidt has outlined how his company is introducing new measures to block child pornography from appearing in its searches. Schmidt explained the changes to Googles search function in an op-ed in Britains Daily Mail newspaper following a campaign of pressure from British politicians. Eric Schmidt outlined Googles new measures in Britains Daily Mail newspaper Schmidt broke the new measures down into sub-categories that included cleaning up more than 100,000 search results, and the introduction of new warnings that appear above more than 13,000 results that reiterate that child porn and child sexual abuse is illegal, and offer avenues for help.

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