Chatroulette blocked by parental control software

Chatroulette blocked by parental control software

Image 1: Chatroulette blocked by parental control softwareThe Chatroulette chat service is now filtered by parental control software.

A category move

The E-Childhood association or Nadine Morano, Secretary of State for the Family, had stepped up to the plate against this cat based on the principle of Russian roulette. Today, E-Enfance announces that Chatroulette will be integrated into the filters of parental control software from Internet service providers. It will be moved from the “Chat” section to that of “site with illegal and inappropriate content”.

Inappropriate content

As a reminder, Chatroulette offers any internet user to chat online via webcam with perfect strangers. In a new form, Chatroulette also brews a large number of exhibitionists, among others, and thus displays inappropriate content to young children. Note that the use of parental control software coupled with parental supervision is the best way to protect children from drifting on the net.

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