SafeTV: the Artificial Intelligence for good


The brand new “SafeTV” feature inside MYETV is an union of tools  to keep the community safe; the artificial intelligence can notice the users, under certains conditions, if the content that they are watching have some sort of restrictions like PEGI, age notification, geoip, geolanguage or many others. It’s act like a guide to new users.

The feature bring the notifications, that can be closed one by one or keep opened, when a content is restricted or in other part of the website where they are needed; these notifications are marked as “SafeTV Notify” with a “?” at the left. To disable completely notifications of SafeTV you can deselect the check-box in the “Timeline Options” section of the main menu.
When this checkbox is selected, the notifications will appear above the restricted contents; if you deselect this checkbox, all notifications about sensible contents will be hided. This option work with a simple cookie that last 360 days from the changed. The SAFETV checkbox is selected by default for everyone.

In the future the deactivation of this feature could be reserved only to subscribed users who have specified the birthday’s date.


This option let you chose what type of sensible contents can be escluded from the view of timelines (it work also in the search engine). This option works thanks to the artificial intelligence of the PEGI restrictions; this feature is for the contents reported by users and/or restricted by a moderator and will hide only that contents, not the entire network (you can already silence the entire network). You can chose what type of filter to apply one or more than one, the contents will be always accessible from a direct link but will be hided from all the timelines, as a precaution. This option work with a simple cookie, saved on the device, that last 360 days from the changed.

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