Latest News (Beta) Launches Safe, Secure, ‘Kids-only’ Social Network for ‘Tweens’

WALTHAM, Mass. Jan. 19, 2011 kids’ social network Internet safety tips )

Vincent Cannistraro Parent Resource Center

Katie Greer

The (Beta) Difference: Safe, Secure, "Kids-only" & No Bullying Allowed:

Unlike other sites, (Beta) uses the following features and unique, patent-pending technologies to provide a safe, secure, kids’ social network that fosters a nurturing, no-bullying-allowed environment:

  • Biometric Facial Recognition Technology & "MeKey" – Authentic & Kid-safe:

  • Report It! Button:

  • Site Moderation – Safe & Appropriate:

  • User-Approved Posts:

  • Community Rules & Anti-cyberbullying Policies:

  • Age-appropriate Networking:

  • Secure Registration: (Beta): Parental Approval Required:

  • Parental Approval: Parent and child sign up – together!
  • Secure, Authentic ID: Initial pictures of the child are captured via Webcam during sign-up, encrypted and verified at every login.
  • Age-appropriate "Friends": Parents have the ability to approve and/or deny the child’s out-of-age-range peer requests.
  • $3.95 $29.95
  • Parent Resource Center: Parents can ask questions from an online safety expert, join other parents in discussions about kids’ Internet safety and obtain information on cybersafety for their children. (Beta) Product Features:

At (Beta), kids engage in a range of age-appropriate social networking activities including:

  • Interacting with friends online with messages (no live chat)
  • Playing online games
  • Earning MePoints
  • Winning prizes
  • Sharing photos
  • Posting comments – recipients approve posts before they are visible
  • Creating and joining age-appropriate groups

About (Beta): Jeanie Ryan [email protected]


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