Bing has become the first search engine to support a new web safety standard called Safe Preference. This means that participating websites will be able to filter out unsafe material when a participating browser is searching.
The Bing teams explains how to use this feature in the following steps:
- Parents need to turn on Windows Family Safety for their child’s account.
- Participating browsers recognize that parental control is turned on and indicate to Bing that the user prefers to receive safer results.
- Bing respects this preference and sends back only results we’ve classified as non-adult.
Currently, this is only supported by Internet Explorer (10+) and Firefox.
via Bing Blogs