Google Search allows users to search web pages on the internet, and can be used to search for nearly any kind of information (such as sports scores, news headlines, stock quotes).
Website URL: www.google.com.au
Google's SafeSearch tool allows you to manage search results so sexually explicit websites and images are filtered. By default, SafeSearch is turned off.
To turn on SafeSearch, you can:
Right: an example of how to adjust Google's SafeSearch settings.
To lock SafeSearch, you can:
More information on SafeSearch is available at Google's Family Safety Centre.
Google's search results are a reflection of webpages on the internet. The websites in Google's search results are controlled by those sites' webmasters. To report inappropriate content in the first instance, you should contact the website operator and request the content be removed.
Right: an example of how to report cyberbullying or abuse to Google.
Google will remove search results from its index when required by applicable law (for example, when linked to content infringing copyright) and in a small number of other instances (for example, spam results).
To report content that you believe should be removed from Google's services,the Removing Content from Google page can guide you through the process. Completing this form will help ensure Google has the necessary information to investigate your specific enquiry and resolve it as quickly as possible. Where feasible, Google will tell you when it has removed search results from its index.
Google Search is free to use.
Goods can be purchased through the website. For example, Google Shopping allows people to purchase a range of products online.