Is Nintendo's Miiverse safe for our kids? Not likely.

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User Info: Dave_Kirkham

Dave_Kirkham
4 years ago#1
Judging from the flood of topics across the Internet, including here, it seems Nintendo's Miiverse is an unsafe environment prone to grown men stalking and harassing young children and others pretending to be the opposite gender.

What should Nintendo be forced to do to deal with this epidemic? Seems very irresponsible for Nintendo to allow it's lackluster Miiverse to get to such a low standard of protection for our children.
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User Info: NintendoGamer83

NintendoGamer83
4 years ago#2
Facebook and other social sites say Hello...
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User Info: StickMen1090

StickMen1090
4 years ago#3
its like that anywhere

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4 years ago#4
Christ alive, it's not chat roulette
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User Info: Wiiplayer111

Wiiplayer111
4 years ago#5
Miiverse has the strictest mods possible, blocking any numbers, foul language and drawings, and spoilers.

You can't have a master account unless you're 18.

There are parental controls on the console.

If parents would actually step up and be parents instead of passing blame for their lack of/bad parenting, there wouldn't be a problem.
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User Info: StarBladeEdge

StarBladeEdge
4 years ago#6
Wiiplayer111 posted...
Miiverse has the strictest mods possible, blocking any numbers, foul language and drawings, and spoilers.

You can't have a master account unless you're 18.

There are parental controls on the console.

If parents would actually step up and be parents instead of passing blame for their lack of/bad parenting, there wouldn't be a problem.


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User Info: Petey_Meanis

Petey_Meanis
4 years ago#7
From: Wiiplayer111 | Posted: 1/29/2013 5:13:36 PM | #005
Miiverse has the strictest mods possible, blocking any numbers, foul language and drawings, and spoilers.

You can't have a master account unless you're 18.

There are parental controls on the console.

If parents would actually step up and be parents instead of passing blame for their lack of/bad parenting, there wouldn't be a problem.

this.

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User Info: SerOnionKnight

SerOnionKnight
4 years ago#8
Ops original post is nothing more than flamebaiting. Its not even good flamebaiting at that.

User Info: Drumguy

Drumguy
4 years ago#9
Petey_Meanis posted...
From: Wiiplayer111 | Posted: 1/29/2013 5:13:36 PM | #005
Miiverse has the strictest mods possible, blocking any numbers, foul language and drawings, and spoilers.

You can't have a master account unless you're 18.

There are parental controls on the console.

If parents would actually step up and be parents instead of passing blame for their lack of/bad parenting, there wouldn't be a problem.

this.

/topic


TC has more than likely little to no experience with MiiVerse.

User Info: Soanevalcke6

Soanevalcke6
4 years ago#10
It's not Nintendo's job to protect your children. Yes it is nice of them to attempt, but it's mainly your job to teach your children how to be safe on the internet

It's not Nintendo's job to be your child's parent.
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