Microsoft Bing search surfaces and suggests images of child sexual abuse

According to a report by TechCrunch and online safety firm AntiToxin Technologies, Microsoft’s Bing search engine surfaces images of child sexual abuse, and even suggests additional keywords in some cases. AntiToxin conducted its research between December 30 and January 7 with SafeSearch turned off. During that time, the researchers found that when people searched for certain terms related to child sexual abuse, the search engine returned images depicting this form of abuse, and even suggested more associated terms – both in results and in automatic suggestions in the search bar. Microsoft chief vice president of Bing and AI products, Jordi Ribas, told… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bing,Microsoft


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