With school season almost here, for some, it is already here, bullying and even cyber-bullying could be around your child’s corner. How do we as parents prevent this from happening? You hear horrible stories of kids being bullied to the point of suicide, what can we do to prevent this?
The Department of Education is hosting a bullying conference in Washington DC this week. Cyber-bulling has taken off in schools and many parents feel helpless. There is now a new technology that will help parents protect their children. If you can’t attend the conference, don’t worry, I can’t attend it either, but you can still learn!
MouseMail.com creates a safe environment for children by placing moms and dads in control; provides peace of mind. MouseMail.com is a safe digital environment for children, protecting them from vulgar, sexual or bullying emails or text messages. If any incoming or outgoing emails or text messages have questionable content, they are automatically forwarded to the parent to clear before going to the child or stopped from going through. MouseMail.com is the only known text messaging platform that flags and blocks messages containing offensive, bullying or sexually suggestive language before the child receives them, allowing moms and dads to stay one step ahead of those who would do harm to their children. With the new technology, texting can be accessed through the MouseMail.com website and adapted to smart phones.
“This is about preventing objectionable messages before they reach your child, not reacting to them after the damage has been done,”
“We can never do enough to keep our children safe. The tragedy is when we do too little. No parent should ever have to say, ‘If only I had done more.’”
“MouseMail.com puts moms and dads in control, provides peace of mind and puts predators out of business,” said John P. Venners, president of Safe Communications, Inc. “Kids today are going to live a digital life. MouseMail.com keeps them safe.” Venners stated that the Beta Test launch would allow parents the opportunity to visit the web site, obtain an overview of the platform and its capabilities and provide early subscription sign up from home computers.
Unless the text or email sender/message has been approved by the parent, the communication will not be delivered to the child’s device. Text messages containing inappropriate or suggestive words, phrases or threats are automatically blocked. Common misspellings and texting shortcuts are also blocked. Parents can set times when texting is allowed, with different rules for different approved contacts, while ensuring the parents can always contact their children, but disallowing messages during school hours or late at night. For example, parents can turn off the texting capability during school hours, only allowing persons designated by the parent to get through.
MouseMail.com works with computers or any web-enabled phones and comes in two versions. MouseMail.com is intended for children. CoolYou.com is the version for teenagers.
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So, if you have school aged children, no matter how young, please read up on this information. It is never too early to prevent anything bad from happening to your child/ren.
I received nothing for this post. I felt the need to get this very important information out to all of my viewers. Please read it and pass it on to your friends. I received the information above, from a press release that was sent to me from a pr person at MouseMail.com. The above words are not my own. Just a few sentences I wrote, so the rest are not my own words, thanks!