How to turn Google’s parental controls off

Google says it is working to remove parental controls from its parental settings page.

Google said it will soon be adding this feature to its search results and the search box in Google+.

Google says the feature will appear in the search results at the top of each page.

The company is also adding the option to opt out of this parental control.

The update will come to Google+ from April 19, and Google says users can opt out from the Google settings page by visiting the Google+ page.

It will also be added to Google Search from April 18.

The feature will work by opening a browser tab and navigating to the “Parental Controls” tab.

Users can then click “OK” to confirm their action.

The page will then close, and the feature disappears.

Google is working on a new parental control feature for Google+.

To opt out, visit the Google Plus page and then click the “Unread Parental Control” link.

If you want to opt-out, you can do so by going to the settings page and choosing the “Manage your privacy” option.

Google has also updated the “More” section in the “Settings” section of the Google Search app, which will be updated with more information on the new parental controls feature.