Compliancy without "onerous parental authorization" is what moderation company Crisp Thinking is calling its new "NetModerator For U13" technology. The new technology, says Crisp, "goes far beyond a 'hard' list of predefined words allowed in chat ….The new adaptive white list technology starts with an initial list of approved words and then continually calculates hundreds of thousands of likely variants."
The new product enables "family-oriented communities" for the under-13 demographic with chat features — games, virtual worlds and websites — to be COPPA compliant without parental oversight.
"The way kids and teens speak privately online is so fluid and changing that systems without our adaptive list technology just can't fully cope," explains Adam Hildreth, founder and CEO, Crisp. "It doesn’t matter if it's urban slang, regional colloquialisms, l33t speak or even invented words, NetModerator for U13 can deal with it. Our technology goes far beyond just monitoring for specific words. We can analyze the context and intent of the participants."
An adaptive white list starts with an initial list of approved words, but then continually calculates hundreds of thousands of likely variants — something Crisp feels is much more efficient than static black or white lists.
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