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March 30, 2008

Google about to launch “Kids Safety Video”

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On Tuesday Google will launch a parent’s resource for kids’ safety online which is to be called Family Safety Guide . Its reported that Google with the media-awareness group Common Sense Media has produced an online video called “A common sense approach to Internet safety.” You will be able to find it on the guide page, on YouTube, and throughout the video-on-demand services provided by Comcast, Time Warner Cable, and Cox (which are partners of Common Sense.)
This new action by Google is on top of Google’s “safe search,”which filters out inappropriate material for kids from its list of search results; and the Google directory lists kid-safe sites. Google is stepping up to the plate and matching what it’s rivals Yahoo, AOL, and Microsoft have done. The educational video is also a big gesture. Watch Google on Tuesday when it is rumored they will post a blog about the site. Way to go Google

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1 Comment »

  1. Great idea! thank you Google I can’t wait to see it! Let’s talk back on Tuesday

    Comment by Luke — March 31, 2008 @ 5:56 pm


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