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PocketGuardian patents world's first Artificial Intelligence solution for Cyberbullying!

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Online safety startup POCKETGUARDIAN®, a platform which detects and alerts on Cyberbullying and Sexting, announces award of patent for its Artificial Intelligence Offensive Content detection and Alerting system.

SILVER SPRING, Md. - March 14, 2019 - Amzeal -- PocketGuardian®, created in response to the increasing instances of Cyberbullying of children, was recently awarded U.S. Patent No. 10,198,667 for "System and method of detecting offensive content sent or received on a portable electronic device". Providing parents with real-time awareness of their child's digital footprint, PocketGuardian® monitors connected mobile devices and social media accounts for potentially harmful communications such as cyberbullying, sexting, drug use and self-harm. "Our mission from the beginning was to create a solution that protected children from Cyberbullying & dangerous digital interactions. We're extremely excited about this accomplishment!" says James Ryan, Co-Founder of PocketGuardian®.

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PocketGuardian's similarly named app, PocketGuardian®, utilizes this AI technology and sends automated alerts only when detecting potentially inappropriate or harmful content sent or received on the device, keeping the privacy of the child in mind. "From the start we considered the child's privacy." says Ryan. PocketGuardian (http://www.gopocketguardian.com/)® will continue to develop technologies on its mission to end harmful digital communications.

About PocketGuardian®

PocketGuardian is a digital solution which provides parents with real-time monitoring and alerting of Cyberbullying and inappropriate content sent or received on their child's mobile device. Utilizing patented artificial intelligence technology, PocketGuardian provides automated message review and contextual understanding of messages. Helping parents comb through hundreds messages while understanding current teen text-speak parents often do not.

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