Facebook Messenger is a walled garden (just like all of Facebook) messenger so it is not possible to see ‘inside’ the Facebook Messenger. However, we are considering something creative for parents who have their kids using Android child devices. We could monitor what is inputted by your child into Facebook Messenger and then report on any inappropriate word using our dictionary. We are also experimenting with machine learning where artificial intelligence would detect ‘toxic’ content and report on it. The issue here is that it is one way – outgoing and would not track incoming content. Under exploration. What are your thoughts?
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