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How do I filter YouTube and enable restrictions for individual devices?
YouTube is the world's biggest video media platform. Anyone can upload videos under the YouTube guidelines. Unfortunately, lots of inappropriate content does fall through unnoticed. Google (the company which owns YouTube) has implemented restriction features. YouTube periodically also responds to users flagging content as inappropriate. There are various steps you can take to make YouTube safer for your child. If you have a very young child that uses YouTube, you can remove the YouTube app and
What search engines will Wi-Fi Lifeguard (and Safe Surfer) force Safe Search on?
This article provides a list of search engines that Safe Surfer has reviewed and tested. Wi-Fi Lifeguard and Safe Surfer's DNS services enforce Safe Search functionality on the following search engines by default: Google (google.com) Bing (bing.com and similar services such as dogpile.com, excite.com, and aol.com) DuckDuckGo (duckduckgo.com) Yandex (yandex.com) There are various search engines that do not offer a Safe Search functionality (or Safe Search cannot be enforced). Below ar