Welcome to the MovieStarPlanet Group of Games child safeguarding page. We are dedicated to keeping our games MovieStarPlanet, MovieStarPlanet 2, and BlockStarPlanet fun and safe for everyone, and to provide safe online gaming and social networking environments for children between the age of eight to fifteen.
A Safe Social Networking Framework
The MovieStarPlanet Group of Games provides a safe framework for children to create positive content and engage with other children in what is probably their first online social networking experience. At MovieStarPlanet, we do not compromise when it comes to safeguarding children. These safety measures are in place to monitor all aspects of our games:
Advanced filtering: A 24 hour automated content analysis and data management system identifies inappropriate behaviour and alerts trained Moderators
Self-control systems: User-friendly in-game reporting system, enables children to block and report other users
Parental engagement: Relevant information regarding online child safety is shared with parents
Live moderation: Trained Moderators monitor the game, remove inappropriate content and respond professionally to user reports
External cooperation: Cooperation with Law Enforcement Agencies, Non-Governmental Organisations and statutory Child Safeguarding Agencies
Five pillars of Safety on MovieStarPlanet
As part of our commitment to online child safeguarding, we cooperate with statutory child protection organizations and Law Enforcement Agencies in every country where we are operational.
In the United States of America we have built excellent cooperation with NCMEC. Click on the provided links to visit their website and get more information on how to keep children safe on the internet.
Meet MovieStarPlanet's Head of Safety
Our dedicated Head Of safety, Vernon Jones, is responsible for implementing and monitoring our comprehensive child safeguarding measures. As a registered Social Worker, he has worked for over twenty years in child safeguarding positions in statutory child safeguarding agencies and the NGO Save the Children.