Google pays tribute to Little Woman creator Louisa Alcott with new Doodle



Google Doodle pays tribute to “Little Women” creator Louisa May Alcott to mark her 184th birthday.

The doodle shows the creations of Alcott — Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy and Jo’s best friend Laurie, their neighbour in a scene from the “Little Women” which is considered as Alcott’s semi-autobiographical.

its never-ending efforts to eradicate the web of malicious sites and digital destinations packed full of phishing and social engineering software, Google is to start labelling websites that persistently target people as “repeat offenders.”

When a site fails to meet Google’s existing safe browsing policy, if you navigate towards it via the company’s Chrome browser, you’ll get a warning that it potentially contains malware or other content potentially harmful to the health of your PC.

When the owners of the site remove the offending items, the warning is also removed.

But, as Google explained in a statement on Wednesday, this existing system has essentially created a loophole. “Over time, we’ve observed that a small number of websites will cease harming users for long enough to have the warnings removed, and will then revert to harmful activity.”

The solution is to brand such sites as “repeat offenders” and ensure the label remains in place for a minimum of 30 days, even if the site’s webmaster attempts to appeal the Google ruling.

“We continuously update our policies and practices to address evolving threats. This is yet another change to help protect users from harm online,” said Brooke Heinichen, Google Safe Browsing Team.

The novel was very well received and is still a popular children’s novel filmed several times.Born in the US in the year 1832 the author is best known for her works Little Women, its sequels Little Men and Jo’s Boys. Alcott died in the year 1888 owing to a heart-attack.

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