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Google is the go-to website for everyone who has access to internet. A question, a query, any assignment, or any normal information, the only person we ask is Google.
There was a time when we even checked our internet connection by going to Google.
Google is that friend we don't consider to be really important but they are the best one there is.
But, kids, remember there were a lot of times when you searched something and some unwanted and 'bad' links, something you are not supposed to see.
But internet placed that link, so it's not really your fault.
But, your parents and other 'more intelligent' people don't want you to see them.
So, here's some good news.
Yes, there are some supposed bad links that show up or pictures that you are not 'supposed' to see. This is a huge problem as children are exposed to 'bad' information at an early age.
So, Google being the good guy is decided to help the world once again. See, what it did.
Kiddle- the children friendly version of Google is on and alive. Now, the population doesn't need to be worried about kids saying bad words.
There are some 'bad words' that you are not supposed to see. So, Kiddle will not let you see these words, even if you try to be smart and search them, you will never be able to see them.
HAHAHA, you really thought you could see it? Try being 18, when you are at an age to know certain information.
Yes, we do not have anything against gay people (except the fact that they shouldn't be present in our society,), so we can't really let you know what it really means. IT MEANS A MENTAL DISORDER, REALLY.
Surely, it is a bad word, but just by saying that it's a bad word, you cannot do anything. The child will never know what it really means other than being a bad word.
Personally, I believe that this is restriction of information. Just exposure to information doesn't mean it will exploit the child. People need to know what it really mean to make a value judgement. You are killing it.
Do we just want people to know the difference between right and wrong, good or bad and that's it? There are some words you consider to be bad can really mean a lot, without knowing what it really means, you cannot change the connotations or the problems by it. It will, in my opinion, always remain a static thing and that's it.
You can really search for the things you are supposed to know- yes, academic related stuff. Personally, I don't think that this way the next generation would be knowledgeable, they'd just hear words and consider them bad.