Google Locking SafeSearch Feature Launched

Google is rolling out a feature that lets you lock your SafeSearch setting to Strict level filtering. When you lock SafeSearch: First, you'll need to enter your password to change setting. Second, Google search results page’ll be visibly different to indicate that SafeSearch is locked (see pic). Even from across room, colored balls give parents […]

Google is rolling out a feature that lets you lock your SafeSearch setting to Strict level filtering. When you lock SafeSearch: First, you'll need to enter your password to change setting. Second, Google search results page’ll be visibly different to indicate that SafeSearch is locked (see pic). Even from across room, colored balls give parents and teachers a clear visual cue that SafeSearch’s still locked. And if you don't see them, it's quick and easy to verify and re-lock SafeSearch. To use SafeSearch lock, go to “Search Settings” page on Google. For detailed instructions, watch video: