Are you referring specifically to the nossl.google.com hostname? Is this what is being retired?
Various institutions have different filtering requirements, these cannot met by a single safe-search flag imposed by Google. Removing the ability of network admins to control search traffic to Google leaves them with a stark choice 1) blocking Google entirely 2) Put vulnerable people at risk.
Will the non-ssl version remain available? We monitor our employee searches and it seems this change would disrupt that ability and introduce a liability to business.
Has anyone discovered a way around this issue?I've tried contacting several people at Google to clear up the fact that this could potentially expose educational users to unwanted material, but have been met with a wall of silence.
forcesafesearch is not working. I don't understand why you have to make this so difficult for parents with a small network at home. Please come up with something that an organisation like opendns can implement
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