After a week of controversy from different social media sites and forums, Kiddle.co – a child-friendly search engine powered by Google (but no association to them) – seems to finally have recovered after the updates they’ve accomplished.
From the launching day of Kiddle, many internet users including parents, teachers and different sexually-related organizations were disappointed about the fact that the platform still has explicit terms showing in their results.
But after a few updates on their end, issues with the Rabit, Pamela Anderson, Vannesa Hudgens, Fifty Shades of Grey, LGBT community and any other sexually-related terms, Kiddle now provides a more accurate and safer results definitely for children.
— Mrs. McMillin’s Crew (@MrsMsCrew3) March 2, 2016
— Juliet Revell (@Juliet_Revell) March 2, 2016
— Smyth Harper (@sharper76) March 2, 2016
It is actually amusing how Kiddle obtained their goal on providing a family-friendly search engine with quality and without any explicit results. I’m hoping that the good intent of the site will continue to bring more significant developments for our future children! I also love the new kid-friendly and cute robots. They’re way better than the first angry ones. 😉