As Bing Issues buzzed the online world last week or i may say early this week, Microsoft is now taking action on this not so good outcome of their promising search engine.
And i am talking about the Bing unblocked Porn displays in their search site. But today, according to Mike Nichols, General Manager of Bing, they have done two changes to address the issue.
First, a separate single domain was made, explicit.bing.net - this will serve as filter site for those explicit images and videos. If you think you can browse the said link, then sorry, it is invisible to us, users and if you really want to try to access such, you will be automatically redirected to its main page, bing.com
Second, Bing has now starting to display the URL source of the query string for images and video content.