Apple anti-sexting patent approved
0. phoneArena posted on 13 Oct 2010, 02:30
A patent filed in 2008 will enable parents to control content sent via text, much like parental controls on computers...
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1. YourMumsA-Man (unregistered) posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:49 0
Yah what a joke, maybe they have to go back to standard on the bed sensation.
2. hawk62 posted on 13 Oct 2010, 06:30 0
What they need is a way to have a copy of every text a kid sends.
3. NOVAinc posted on 13 Oct 2010, 07:18 0
This is nothing but a parental control system. The solution? Be nice with your parents and they will let you do whatever you want... it's gonna work in general. My mom has no problem with the fact that I sleep with my GF on my bed at times, or that we do anything there. Just as I have no problem with her doing so
4. djkhd (unregistered) posted on 13 Oct 2010, 11:47 0
NOVA..letting you sleep with yer GF is REALLY resposible!..lmao!..what about your dad or does he still owe child support!!..this patent probably figures out words to not let them be sent but doesnt mean it wont catch 3 letters to mean full words
5. XxVerbalxX (unregistered) posted on 13 Oct 2010, 12:33 0
kids are gonna screw no matter what, this needs to b done so parents can sleep better but its not going to change anything. didnt when i was a teen, wont now. except when i was a teen we used rubbers and didnt all have kids pumping out at 16.
6. dianaC (unregistered) posted on 18 Oct 2010, 00:45 0
The program is intended to help parents filter teens' text messaging. The stated intention of this program is anti-sexting. Apple's "anti-sexting technology" is built to regulate and control a full range of mobile communications.it is a part of parental control settings. to keep children from sending or receiving sexual explicit content, to protect them BUT the fact is that we cannot monitor the way kids stuff their pc or cell..they have their own idea to skip all over, yes.this stuff will bring great help to the parents, but to those busy mom's?