Parents

We believe that a strong partnership between MovieStarPlanet and the parents is the best way to ensure children a fun and safe online experience

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Safe Spaces

Safeguarding children is paramount to us at MovieStarPlanet. All our games provide a framework for children to create positive content and engage with other children in safety.

Our 5 Pillars of Safety

The following safety measures are in place to monitor all aspects of our games.

Advanced Filtering

A 24-hour automated content analysis system identifies inappropriate behaviour and alerts our trained moderators

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Self-Control Systems

User friendly in-game reporting systems enable children to easily block and report other users

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Parental Engagement

Relevant information regarding online child safety is actively shared with parents

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Live Moderation

Our games are monitored by trained moderators who remove inappropriate content and respond to user reports

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5. External Cooperation

We actively cooperate with Law Enforcement Agencies, Non-Governmental Organizations and statutory Child Safeguarding Agencies

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Head of Safety

Vernon Jones is the Head of Safety at MovieStarPlanet. With the help from Save the Children-trained Support Managers and moderators, they support and protect children.

As a registered social worker, Vernon has worked extensively on child protection and safeguarding issues. He has also been part of an online child protection team at Save the Children Denmark, focusing on developing online child safety measures.

Tips for Parents

In order to help parents provide guidance for their children’s online lives, we offer the following advice.

Ask about your child’s online life, as you would about a day at school
Offer to help resolve any conflicts they may be experiencing
Be a role model in relation to positive online behaviour

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Tips for Parents

In order to help parents provide guidance for their children’s online lives, we offer the following advice.

Ask about your child’s online life, as you would about a day at school
Offer to help resolve any conflicts they may be experiencing
Be a role model in relation to positive online behaviour

Get more tips