Install Parental Controls and Keep Call of Duty Safe For Your Child
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What is Call of Duty?
Call of Duty Modern Warfare is a shooter video game. The popular game among Call of Duty: Warzone is battle royal, where 150 players are competing against each other to be the last in the game. When gamers lose a match, they are sent to jail to compete against another gamer, then the winner can go back to the game.
Risks of Call of Duty
The games are targeted at older players, so there are violent scenes such as terror attacks and corps.
The games include profanity.
Players in the game are all communicating with strangers.
Many players report racial slurs in the game from other players. Hate speech is prevalent in COD.
Kidas monitors Call of Duty to protect children from online dangers.
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HOW IT WORKS
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Simply install the Kidas software on your child's PC. Kidas will automatically scan and analyze voice & text communications during video games.
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Kidas sends weekly reports to parents about any threats detected while gaming. Use Kidas' recommendations to resolve dangerous situations related to the exposed threat.
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Parental Controls on Your Terms
Your Kidas Subscription Includes:
Notification about threat exposures on PC games such as:
24/7 In-game voice and text monitoring
Screen time monitoring
Weekly reports summarizing your child's gaming activities
Personalized recommendations, written by Kidas experts, on how to resolve dangerous situations when alerted about a threat
Peace of mind knowing that your child is protected from cyberbullying, online predators, and harassment by the best in class technology and experts.
Choose from Kidas' monthly or annual plans and protect your child while they play PC games.