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MyBrandEmail receives Seal of approval from KidSAFE

The KidSAFE Seal program is an independent certification service that reviews and certifies the safety and privacy practices of children-friendly websites and applications.
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MyBrandEmail is celebrating the news it has been successfully certified by the KidSAFE Seal program.

The KidSAFE Seal program is an independent certification service that reviews and certifies the safety and privacy practices of children-friendly websites and applications.

Dickie Armour, general manager of MyBrandEmail, said: "We're committed to children's online data privacy and protection and have worked hard to ensure our email system and service meet the stringent requirements which KidSAFE requires for their Plus Level certification."

The MyBrandEmail KidSAFE certified system includes a Parental control Account allowing parents and guardians to control all aspects of their child's email account.

When the Safe List is activated, openly people listed on the the account's Safe List are able to send emails to the child's email address and receive email from their child.

Further features include, access and management of a child's account data, updating contact details, changing a child's password, disabling an account, re-enabling an account and deleting an account.

Shai Samet, founder and president of KidSAFE, added: "We are pleased to welcome MyBrandEmail as our latest certified KidSAFE member.

"The company has demonstrated an impressive willingness to do whatever it takes to assure brands and consumers that its email service is safe for children.

"We think this will make it a very compelling offering to kids' brands around the world."

Armour concluded: "We offer our system to any brand that has a following of fans or supporters. It’s perfect for entertainment brands to help them engage more closely with their fans, and with our KidSAFE+ certification, we can now offer them a COPPA-compliant service for their children-aged fans.”

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