How Lego and Epic Games Aim to Make Online Experiences Safe for Children

The toymaker has begun to integrate ParentGraph across its virtual environments

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Initiatives to protect children on digital platforms have seen recent setbacks, putting more of the onus on parents to police their kids’ online experiences.

In the U.K., the government plans on removing proposals of its Online Safety Bill that would force Big Tech platforms to remove harmful content. Meanwhile, Twitter’s recent job cuts have reportedly decimated its child safety team.

So kid-centric brands are stepping up to do their part.

ParentGraph, a product developed by tech company SuperAwesome, has just passed 11.3

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