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Security in Spineworld
Security is one of our main concerns in Spineworld. Here are some useful tips and measures to keep your child safe online. Spineworld has a series of security measures in order to keep it a safe and cheerful environment for user of all ages.

Among our security measures are:

Language filters
Spineworld uses language filters that blocks profanity and bad words from being displayed in the chat rooms. We keep the word filters constantly updated to catch new terms.

Moderators online 24 hours, 7 days a week
Spineworld has trained and employed moderators that are online 24/7 to monitor the chat and keep it safe from online predators. Moderators are carefully chosen among trustworthy people with experience on working with children and teenagers. We also require criminal background checks on ALL our employees.

Report abuse
Users can report abuse directly in the chat. The support team will read and analyze every report tool and take the necessary measures.

Users have the option to block or ignore unwanted communication from another user.

Security Tips At Home
Some simple measures at home will help keep the online experience safer. We hope these tips will help:
  • Create house rules for the usage of the Internet together with your children, so they feel responsible and part of the decisions.
  • It's always a good idea to keep the computer in an open area and out of the child's room so you can keep an eye on it.
  • Allow your children to use only monitored chat rooms on reputable websites.
  • Teach your children not to download programs without your permission - they might download spyware or computer viruses without noticing.
  • Also teach your children that file-sharing and downloading texts, images, or artwork from websites may infringe on copyright laws.
  • Consider giving your child a limited user account on your computer to help keep them from participating in activities without your knowledge.
  • For parents with younger children, try to have access to e-mail and instant messaging accounts to make sure they're not talking to strangers or being fooled by phishing.
  • Help protect them from spam. Tell your teens not to give out their e-mail address online without knowing who they are giving it to, not to respond to junk mail, and to use e-mail filters.
  • Get to know the Web sites that your children frequent.
  • Make sure your teens check with you before making financial transactions online, including ordering, buying, or selling items.
For your convenience we have listed some links that will help you learn more about safety online.
Please contact us on if you want to know more.
To read FBI's parental guide to online safety, please click on the link below:

To report abuse against children:

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