• Users Can Now Request Google To Remove Images Of Minors

    1 month ago - By Android Headlines

    Google is announcing a new safety feature to maintain the privacy of minors on its search platform. The company said it would allow minors under the age of 18 to request the removal of their images from Google Search results.
    The feature was first launched in August and is now rolling out to more users, according to The Verge. Google says it will remove images of minors unless it's a “case of compelling public interest or newsworthiness.”
    Google's support page indicates that this policy would only apply to individuals currently 18 or younger. Requests can be put in by minors, parents...
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  • You can now remove pictures of minors from Google Search - here's how

    You can now remove pictures of minors from Google Search - here's how

    1 month ago - By Android Central

    Any child, teen, parent, or guardian can request to have search results for image URLs removed - though there are exceptions.
    What you need to know
    Google has implemented a policy to "give young people more control over their digital footprint and where their images can be found on Search."
    You can remove any photo search result "with the exception of cases of compelling public interest or newsworthiness."
    This removal only affects Google Search, not the site where the photo is posted.
    Google already allows adults to remove personal information as well, specifically related to personal...
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  • Google now lets anyone under 18 get images of themselves removed from search results - CNET

    Google now lets anyone under 18 get images of themselves removed from search results - CNET

    1 month ago - By CNET

    Minors or their guardians can fill out a form to have photos taken off search results.
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  • Google now lets people under 18 or their parents request to delete photos from search results

    1 month ago - By TechCrunch

    Google is rolling out the ability for kids, teens and their parents to request to have pictures deleted from the company's image search results.
    The new privacy option was one of many changes the company announced in August in an effort to preemptively build in additional protections for users under the age of 18. Google's other planned safeguards included making video uploads private by default, disabling and weed out some “overly commercial” YouTube kids content, including unboxing videos.
    Anyone under the age of 18 or their parent or guardian can ask Google to remove an image from...
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