Soon, iOS users will be able to set up Face ID to protect the privacy of their Google application.
SafeSearch filtering is already on by default for signed-in users who are under the age of 18, the tech giant said in a blog post on Tuesday.
However, soon, a new setting will blur explicit imagery if it appears in search results even when SafeSearch filtering is not turned on.
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"This setting will be the new default for people who don't already have the SafeSearch filter turned on, with the option to adjust settings at any time," the company said.
Google also launched its new YouTube Kids playlist 'Build a Safer Internet', which will feature content that raises awareness about the safe, responsible and positive use of technology for families.
Google also launched its new YouTube Kids playlist 'Build a Safer Internet'.
"When it comes to kids and families using our platforms, we know keeping them safe is a priority. That's why we've invested in building experiences that align with kids' and teens' developmental stages and needs," it added.
Moreover, for the supported computers, the company is adding the option to use biometric authentication before filling users' saved password from the 'Google Password Manager', for verification.
Soon, iOS users will be able to set up Face ID to protect the privacy of their Google application, making sure that if someone has their device they won't be able to open it and gain access to their data, the tech giant mentioned.
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC) expressed its sincere condolences to Pakistan and Afghanistan and their peoples, as well as to the families of the victims of this tragedy. It also wished the injured a speedy recovery.
Bing Image Creator integrated into Bing chat has started to roll out to Bing preview users, also it is available in Microsoft Edge from the Image Creator icon in the sidebar for both desktop and mobile users around the world in English.
The initiative reflects the wise leadership's keenness to provide assistance to affected families and alleviate their suffering ahead of the Holy Month of Ramadan.