However, if you pay any attention at all to what your child is doing, then this would be a non [email protected] But wouldn't it be better if all these companies actually made a more concerted effort to inform people that these features exist?lmao clearly a scam straight from the first message they send.
I've got these messages a few times now and I block and report them.How are these honest poor college girls supposed to ever find a way to not be lonely.:( Such a sad day. But when kids are online and this happens and no adult in sight, then what? It's safer for Nintendo to work this way, look at any time a similar case that happens on PSN or XBL.As a adult myself, can take care of myself but children is different. Your network is all over the news, but the story isn't PSN is the place to play games this summer; Instead it's "An innocent game of Fifa has gone awry, Billy was working on his corner kick when he received messages from "Sally"" The Xbox One and PS4 have parental controls, hell I'm pretty positive the 360 had them too.Parents are too trusting of their children, and often think their child is smart enough to recognize when they're being targeted, so basic precautionary measures should be adopted.but it's obvious that many don't, and while that's bad PR for any company, it doesn't mean they can't be active in actually being a solution to the problem, instead of ignoring it or actively keeping others away from such things because they have to protect the children. A friend of mine kept on messaging and ended up on one of those cam sites where they asked for his card details.