Parents have a new option when it comes to how their kids’ online activities are viewed.
Parents can opt-out of certain kinds of content, including what is shared with their kids, according to Google.
The search giant recently updated its Privacy Settings page, which now shows how parents can turn off certain features of their child’s online activity.
This new privacy setting also gives parents the option to block certain types of search engine traffic to their kids.
The settings have the same name as Google’s new Privacy Settings, but Google says they’re called Google Content Networking, or GNN.
Parents may opt-in to certain types and settings of Google content, but other settings may still be turned off, according a blog post by Google Privacy Manager Julie Larson-Green.
For example, you can turn on parental controls, but you may be able turn it off if your child uses a social media site.
You can also set a limit to how much Google content can access on your kid’s device, or limit what apps can run on your kids’ device.
Google says the new setting lets parents control content in their own privacy settings.
If your child’s parents can’t agree on what’s okay and what’s not, they can turn it on for themselves or set a separate set of settings for each child.
Parents have always had the option of turning off certain types or settings of their children’s online content.
For now, parents can opt in to certain features and settings for their kids if they want.
Parents also can opt out from content from certain Google services, including Google Play, YouTube, Google Photos, Gmail, Gmail Sync, Gmail and Google Plus, according, to Google’s Privacy Manager.