Google 'locking' SafeSearch
Google has been keen on getting 'clean' results for years now. It believes adult content shouldn't be found within the search results. Still, these websites are part of the web so it would make sense if they were at least findable. Not everybody however wants these results.
If you decide to lock SafeSearch two changes have been made: you'll
need to enter your password to change the setting and Google changed
the way the search results page looks. "Even from across the room" you
can see someone is searching using SafeSearch by the big colored balls
(off course in Google's colors). If you see the balls you will know
Although the feature doesn’t appear to be rolled out to everyone yet, you will be able to turn on SafeSearch lock from your Search Settings page.
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