In November 2022, Google managed to generate 85.1 billion visits.
International Internet Day was proposed by the INSAFE network and has been celebrated since 1997.
Google is the most used browser in the world.
The company of Google has taken advantage of the fact that it is celebrated safe internet day to improve and strengthen your security on the platform. With this, new changes will be implemented where the explicit images that appear in the search are involved.
safe internet day
He International Safe Internet Day (Safe Internet Day) is celebrated on February 7, this takes place on the second Tuesday of February, although this time the day fell on the first Tuesday. This event was proposed by the INSAFE network and supported by the European Union.
The main objective of this celebration is to raise awareness of the importance of making Internet a safer digital platform, since obviously the Internet is within the reach of the most vulnerable, such as children who could easily find dangerous content that could represent a risk to their well-being.
Today, February 7, 2023, “Safer Internet Day” or “Safer Internet Day” is celebrated worldwide. #SID2023under the motto in this edition ‘Together for a better Internet (Together for a better internet)’. pic.twitter.com/7TiT5WOzWt
— Juan Gautreaux 🇩🇴 (@juangautreaux) February 7, 2023
Google takes advantage of “Safe Internet Day” to improve your privacy
Google could not stay without doing something in this safe Internet Day, so he took advantage of this celebration in the best way, because through his portal has announced new measures that it will implement to take care of and improve the privacy of this popular search engine that is the most chosen for browsing the Internet.
According to SimilarWeb digital measurement, by 2022, Google positioned himself as the most used website worldwidemanaging to generate 85.1 billion visits, only in the month of November.
Among its new measures is to protect democracies around the world, as the global elections are approaching, so it seeks to protect US campaigns.
This browser has also touched on topics such as cybersecurityso you want to prioritize the privacy in products and services, giving control so that the configuration can be customized according to what works best for the user.
“In the coming months, we’ll be expanding protection to help protect you and your family from inadvertently finding explicit images in Search. SafeSearch filtering It’s already on by default for signed-in users under 18, but soon, a new setting will blur explicit images if they appear in search results when SafeSearch filtering isn’t turned on. These settings will be the new default for people who don’t already have the SafeSearch filter turned on, with the option to adjust the setting at any time. He pointed to the Google portal
Google is considered a pioneer in artificial intelligence (AI) so it has taken advantage of this technology to create and strengthen security in its browser and thus provide a better experience for Internet users. Obviously, these restrictions will prevent explicit and sensitive content from leaking, which could greatly affect users. In fact, certain words that touch on sensitive topics are blocked.
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