Your children can’t talk to strangers

When your child sends or receives an invitation from someone with whom he/she has no link, you have to approve the invitation before they can chat.

You have the control!

One of the main risks of instant messaging apps is their “open” environments, where anyone can invite and talk to anyone else.

This risk is just unacceptable for children, who don’t have yet the clues to distinguish online impostors and trustworthy people.

When your child sends or receives an invitation from someone with whom he/she has no link, you are notified by email and within the app, and you have to approve the invitation before they can chat.

Be alerted by a notification when someone invite your child.

You will be also informed by email.

 
 

Even after having approved a friendship, parent can always block a contact for a child afterwards