Safe Communications Files Patents for Its New Child Safe Video Chat
MouseMail’s new Video Chat will only be usable to contacts pre approved by parents.
Press Release Source: Safe Communications, Inc. On Monday July 18, 2011, 8:00 am EDT
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., July 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Safe Communications, Inc. (Pink Sheets:SGTB.pk – News) announced today that the company filed patents on its new, child safe video chat. The new, patent pending technology will prevent children from having any contacts via video without the parent approving of the contact first. The MouseMail chat can be used safely and easily by the youngest children, allowing them to create a video chat with another, pre-approved person simply by clicking on the person’s picture, but prevents anyone from contacting the child directly.
MouseMail.com currently has Emailing and Web Texting that was created for children between the ages of 4 and 10 to protect them from, sexting, bullying and pedophiles, by blocking any contacts not approved by the parent or any correspondence with derogatory content. That, combined with the new Video Chat technology, gives a child full protection while using the Internet.
About Safe Communications:
Safe Communications, Inc. provides open and secure family communications that are in step with today’s advances in social media. While protecting our most precious asset, our children, our systems are designed to enhance the quality and frequency of day-to-day communications among family members. We allow users to experience the marvel of advanced technology without fear or danger.
Safe Communications’ products, led by MouseMail.com, are designed for the modern family on the go. Early detection devices warn parents of potential abuse and inappropriate content, allowing secure, open exchange with loved ones and friends. Just as your child is not allowed to enjoy a ride in the car without a seat belt, Safe Communications designs products so that your children can enjoy the electronic ride without being exposed to potential harm or abuse. For more information, contact: email@example.com or visit us online at www.mousemail.com.
Alan “Skip” Davidson