Phoenix, AZ, Nov. 09, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- RAADR, Inc. (OTCQB: RDAR), a technology and software development company that monitors cyber bullying and social media platforms through its artificial intelligent proprietary web-based application, is starting to disrupt the online parental monitoring service industry, which has long been dominated by large computer security companies. Not all parents have the time or know-how to dig through their children’s digital content, which creates a need for a better solution. The company has created a solution for parents in this situation.
RAADR’s platform fills a need for less tech savvy parents by using its advanced and ever-evolving algorithms to detect combinations of words and phrases to detect cyber bullying, harassment, and other potentially harmful online activities. This is the first in a lineup of tools being offered to help alert parents to potential harm as a result of their child’s online activity.
The intuitive RAADR extension provides everything from web history monitoring and analysis to private and public message tracking and scanning on social media websites including Facebook, Twitter, and others.
RAADR’s platform offers a third tool, which is unique to the sector. The company has designed a facial recognition engine that detects a child and monitors any new usernames, accounts, or aliases they create in attempt to bypass the monitoring systems.
Technology in general, but social media in particular, has created an environment ripe for innovation and industry disruption. RAADR’s comprehensive monitoring suite disrupts its industry much in the way that Uber disrupted the ride sharing industry: it creates a simpler, more affordable, and more effective solution than what is currently in place. “Our software is revolutionary to the social media monitoring space, and we will continue to adapt to the ever-growing market,” says CEO, Jacob DiMartino, “it will allow less tech savvy parents to easily monitor the highlight reel of their child’s potentially dangerous online activity. These tools are just the beginning of a platform that is sure to change the way parents are alerted to their child’s online risk factors.”
About RAADR, Inc.
RAADR, Inc., makers of the artificial intelligent proprietary technology application RAADR©, have developed a web based tool that provides families with peace of mind when it comes to knowing that children are safe from bullying and predatory behavior unfortunately so prevalent today. By customizing their own unique monitoring and alert settings, parents and guardians can be alerted when their children's Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other pertinent social media platforms under scrutiny become posted with inappropriate language. By utilizing customized keywords chosen by the user that are added to an already existing database, parents and guardians can carry a sense of assuredness that the youth they love and are responsible for are safe and acting in a fun, yet appropriate manner. No parent or guardian has the time or resources to be in constant surveillance of all the Social Media platforms in which their children might be active. Nor do most children want intense scrutiny of their updates and postings, despite the best intentions. You want to trust your children, while at the same time knowing that you are protecting them. RAADR© gives families the ability to protect their image, combat erroneous postings and for individuals safeguard their children from online bullying. The Company's core competency is focused on building and acquiring apps and other products, services and companies to build a nationwide network of related businesses that are positioned to serve the mobile app development needs of small businesses and individuals
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