Lity, the search engine that makes up the popular Discuz search engine, has announced that it has added a new security feature that prevents discuz users from changing search terms in the app.
Discuz, a search engine for music and videos, says that when users search for a song they may be prompted to enter the song’s title, artist name, album name, etc. to perform a search.
It then adds an extra label and the title and artist name to the search results.
Discui, another search engine which is based in the US, adds a label that looks like a search query but has no associated data.
When users enter a search term, the app will show the search result in the search field.
Lity also added an option that prevents users from viewing a list of songs, albums, and genres in the user’s library.
Lty’s security policy allows users to change the search terms as they wish and has a filter to block users from entering certain words.
This means that Lity users can change the terms to remove “discuz”, “discui”, “dance”, “fusion”, “infinite”, and “infinity” from the search options.
The company also announced that users can now delete songs from their library.
The Lity security policy is currently being tested in the United States.
“The Lity team is committed to maintaining a secure platform for users,” the company said in a statement.
“We have a zero tolerance policy for any and all types of inappropriate data, and have implemented a comprehensive security measure to prevent data breaches.
We will not be sharing or sharing any personally identifiable information with anyone, ever.”
Lty is a search company and not a music search engine.