What are the key concerns about Flickr?
According to the Flickr guidelines, no photos of frontal nudity, genitalia, or intimate moments are allowed, but if you give a try to Flickr search you will easily find a lot of adult pictures and realize that these rules are frequently violated.
Flickr requires users to be at least 13 years old, but kids can easy bypass age restrictions by lying about their age. Since Flickr assumes there’re no kids on their social network, there’s no need for built-in Flickr parental controls. Users age 13 to 17 have certain restrictions for their safety, including what types of groups they can access and who can see their content – good idea, but without Flickr parental controls you never know for sure what actually your children post and see.
How can you protect your child on Flickr?
Responsible parents need a reliable and easy tool to put parent controls on Flickr and rest assured that it will filter out inappropriate pictures and make your kids’ experience on Flickr funny, educative and safe.
Familoop Safeguard’s Flickr parental controls help you with monitoring of what your child posts online and filtering out inappropriate content according to your child’s age.