Microsoft adjusted its freshly-launched Bing search engine to make it easier to filter out porn, Agence France-Presse reported.

Adults-only images and video will be served from a separate domain, explicit.bing.net, so that content can be barred from Bing search results, Bing general manager Mike Nichols told Agence France-Presse .

"This is invisible to the end customer, but allows for filtering of that content by domain which makes it much easier for customers at all levels to block this content," Nichols said on an official Bing Web Site.

Information on which domain potentially explicit pictures or video are coming from will be served up in a manner that makes it more apparent to content filtering software, according to Nichols.

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