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Our Unique Content Filtering System: No Social Media Platform Like SurfSideSafe

Our Unique Content Filtering System: No Social Media Platform Like SurfSideSafe

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Content Filtering

SurfSideSafe has a unique content filtering system that will leave you speechless, while protecting your loved ones. Let us now take a closer look at our content filtering system, and how it can bring you peace of mind.


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Our Unique Content Filtering System: No Social Media Platform Like SurfSideSafe

As we told you in a previous post, This is the second article in the series.

I hope you enjoy this article. And there will be many more to come. Some will be even better.

And remember, this entire series is being creating for one main reason:

To bring the Fun back to Social Media!


What Exactly is a Content Filtering System?

Since social media is mainly content posted by its users, there is the occasional risk that some content may be considered inappropriate, offensive or threatening to other users. At SurfSideSafe, we let our users decide what is, and is not inappropriate content. And ultimately, our users decide if a post stays, or is removed.

We have added a flag button, whereby, users who are offended by certain content can flag the content, and once it is flagged, they will never see it again.

The video above shows you how this works.

In the video, you will see John's page, and on it is a post to demonstrate how SurfSideSafe filters content. There is no flag button when John is logged in, because he is the author of the post. John is not likely to flag his own post. On the other hand, when Margie (another user) sees the content, the flag button is visible, because she is not the author of the post.

If Margie does't like the content that John has posted, she has the options of clicking or touching the flag button. In this event, she will be taken to another page, verifying that she has flagged John's post.

She will also be given the option of blocking John if she doesn't want to see any more content John has posted. However, this may be a little extreme, because there is always the possibility that John did not necessarily post this to offend anyone. There is also the possibility that content that offends one person may not necessarily offend another person.

After Margie flags the post, John will see that his post has been flagged.

What Happens When a Post is Flagged?

When users flag a post on SurfSideSafe, it is based on the principle, "Three strikes, and you're out!"

When a post is flagged the first time, a notification is sent to the administrators. If, in their judgement, this is inappropriate content, the administrator can remove the post.

When a post is flagged a second time, another notification is sent to the administrators, and they do a more thorough examination of the post and decide whether or not it should be removed. A post that is flagged a second time will generate more concern by the administrators, and in most cases, will be removed.

The video above also shows you what happens when a post is flagged a third time.

In the video, Margie will flag a post that has been flagged twice. Again, she will be taken to another page, verifying that she has flagged John's post. However, on the third flag, the post is not visible, because it has automatically been removed. It is gone forever, and no one will ever see it again.

A notification immediately goes to the administrators, telling them that the post has been flagged a third time, and is gone.

What About Content Posted on Pages?

We have this content filter system installed for pages created on SurfSideSafe.

However, we do not monitor what users post on pages as closely as for personal content, and for one simple reason:

Pages are created by users, and, the user who creates a page is the page administrator. Therefore, we just let this administrator monitor the content posted on his or her respective page. And for every page created on SurfSideSafe, the administrator has the authority to edit and remove content on pages.

Conclusion

SurfSideSafe takes inappropriate content very seriously. As a SurfSideSafe user, you can rest assured that your loved ones are protected from online dangers, and are able to enjoy all the positive things associated with social media. Take control of your family's safety today with SurfSideSafe!

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