Cyber bullying, sexting scandals, digital harassment, where does it end? Bullying used to stop after school, but in this digital age, teenagers are constantly connected and accessible by their peers. Just in the last week, there were sexting scandals in high schools in Colorado, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Ohio. This type of thing is bad for everyone involved, and it is even illegal! In the past, many of the security software tools that have allowed parents to monitor their children's online activity have been complex, outdated, or provided TOO MUCH information (information overload). This is an industry that has been ripe for disruption, and RAADR, Inc. (OTCQB: RDAR) has tasked itself with being this disruptor.
Startups like Uber and Amazon have thrived by creating simpler, more affordable alternatives to existing systems. This is the same underlying idea behind the RAADR platform. For simple monthly fees ranging between $1.95 and $9.95 per month, parents gain access to the company's real-time web monitoring platform that can be viewed on a wide array of devices, including PCs, smartphones, and tablets. The platform automatically gathers information on your children's web use and communications and sorts through it, then analyzes it for "trigger" combinations of words and phrases. If any threats or other risk factors are detected, they will be flagged and brought to the parents' attention. Many children are more technically adept than their parents, and they might seek ways around this type of monitoring, but RAADR strives to stay a step ahead of any tampering your children might do. As a web service, children cannot simply disable the monitoring. RAADR's built-in facial recognition engine prevents children from bypassing screening by creating alternative accounts as well. The company's comprehensive monitoring suite allows children to use the web safely, and with some privacy; it just flags certain types of activity for parental review.
For more information on RAADR and its proprietary Software as a Service (SaaS) platform, check out their website at http://www.raadr.com/