Google Is Now Blurring Sexually Explicit Images By Default
Google is now blurring sexually explicit images by default. This change was announced in May 2023 and is being rolled out gradually to users worldwide.
The blurring is applied to both images and videos, and it is done automatically by Google’s AI systems.
Google says that the blurring is being done to protect users from unwanted exposure to explicit content. The company also says that the blurring will help to make Google’s products more family-friendly.
The blurring can be turned off by users who prefer to see explicit content. However, Google says that it will continue to recommend the blurring to most users.