Microsoft's Bing search engine shows results for sickening child pornography images, research has found. Image searches for 'porn kids,' 'porn CP' (a known abbreviation for 'child pornography') and 'nude family kids' all produced the exploitative content. An investigation commissioned by TechCrunch found that Bing also suggested other disturbing phrases to help paedophiles target children. Child protection charity NSPCC wants the Government to set up an independent regulator to prevent child abuse images being distributed online. Two years before, the company also became the first search engine to introduce pop-up warnings to anyone who attempted to search for child abuse images.
Source: Daily Mail January 11, 2019 11:18 UTC