BulliPatrol Launches Cyberbullying Monitoring Service
TAMPA (February 21, 2018) BulliPatrol launched a cyberbullying monitoring service on February 21, 2018, initiated with the goal of putting an end to cyberbullying on social media applications.
BulliPatrol’s new service scores social media messages as positive or negative based on language sentiment while allowing your child’s messages to remain private. Parents can add children’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram profiles to their dashboard to track daily and weekly progress including application usage and how many messages are sent and received. In addition to this, parents will have the option to choose between text or email alerts as scores change, in order to become aware of trending problems sooner. This allows parents to take the necessary steps towards protecting, seeking counseling, and discussing the effects of the cyberbullying experienced with their child, before the issue becomes too difficult to handle.
Half of all teenagers are cyberbullied, yet only 1 out of 10 will report it. BulliPatrol equips parents and children with the right tools through nonprofit partnerships, alerts and analytics to combat this issue. BulliPatrol aims to empower teens to speak openly about cyberbullying to form a new level of understanding with parents about the implications of cyberbullying, social media boundaries and privacy.
BulliPatrol is a service of WikiPatrol, a privately owned Wikipedia monitoring and consulting service, based in downtown Tampa, Florida. We serve business professionals, celebrities, entertainment officials, athletes, and families. For more information about our services, visit info.bullipatrol.com or call (813)-843-2822
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