Google to go child-friendly

4 December 2014

google Google are launching a range of child-friendly versions of its most popular products.

The idea is to make Google fun and safe for children, according to the company's vice president of engineering, Pavni Diwanji

The Google looks like it will create more child-friendly versions of their services, such as YouTube and Chrome, and will be aimed at the nippers below the age of 12.

According to USA Today, there's no specific date or timeline for the rollout, but you know: BE AWARE.

Diwanji said: "We want to be thoughtful about what we do, giving parents the right tools to oversee their kids' use of our products".

Google haven't said much more than that, but have confirmed that this move is happening.

Obviously, this is good news for concerned parents who don't want their kiddiewinks looking at sex and violence, but naturally, this all means absolutely nothing to actual children who are all so computer savvy that they'll know how to circumnavigate anything thrown at them, and they'll be watching beheading videos and such in no time at all.

TOPICS:   Technology

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