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RAADR, Inc. (OTCMKTS: RDAR) To Fight Cyberbullying On Social Platforms (TWTR, FB, FDBL, IMTL)

— Cyberbullying online is in a worldwide pandemic all its own. It has grown worse over the past two years of lockdown. It is rarely reported by victims and users of publicly-held platforms such as Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) and Meta Platforms, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) Facebook. Users live in fear of it, the BBC reports.

— Privately held social media platforms like Snapchat and Instagram fight cyberbullying more to resolve than prevent it. Snapchat features disappearing video or text messages — encouraging online bullies. Some 69% of teens regularly use it. Some 35% of teens say they use Snapchat more than any other social platform. Most bullying takes place on Instagram,  They try to fight online cyberbullying, but do not have the real-time technological apps to do so.

Why The Market Is Ripe For An Anti-Bullying App

— Online social platform cyberbullying has grown worse in the past two years of the lockdown. Many of these crimes go unreported out of fear and embarrassment. 

— Instagram knows cyberbullying of its users is a major concern. Media companies such as the BBC say research finds Instagram has the most cyberbullying of any single social media platform. Its survey of 10,000 people ages 12-20 finds one-in-three users live in fear of cyberbullying. Many cite a physical appearance as a likely topic for abuse.

Instagram has a system in place for preventing it and identifying it, but deletion of a photo or text message can only help stop it —- not actually prevent it. 

Keep RDAR stock on your Watch List as its app for identifying and fighting cyberbullying is growing in importance to the investor community.

How RDAR’s Artificial Intelligence And Technology App Helps 

— Artificial Intelligence (AI) and technology are key to RAADR, Inc. (OTC MKTS: RDAR) battling cyberbullying with innovative and effective software apps on social media platforms. Users on publicly-held social media platforms such as Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) and Meta Platforms, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) Facebook want to end the abuse.

— 81% of 14-to-22-year-olds use social media daily or almost constantly, Surgeon General research finds. 

— Only 23% of online cyberbullying victims report the abuse to an adult, the 2022 study ‘Bullying and Cyberbullying’ research shows. Explicit photos may not actually disappear. They may stay on the internet permanently. They are hurtful and embarrassing. Children are especially vulnerable

Machine Learning At Twitter

— Twitter is fighting online cyberbullying by offering expanded notification filtering. Content can be muted. Abusive tweets can be ‘collapsed.’ Machine learning analytics can be used to stop the creation of new abusive accounts.

— Even as billionaire Elon Musk seeks to acquire Twitter and take it private, tools are in place to combat cyberbullying. The goal is to open the site to more comments while continuing to fight cyberbullying.

How RDAR’s Proprietary Anti-Cyberbullying App Fights Back

— Privately held social media platforms such as Instagram are a primary home to cyberbullying. RDAR’s proprietary app can help fight back.

— Facebook’s ‘Prompt Response’ is designed to stop cyberbullying. But artificial intelligence and the newest technological tools of the RDAR app can be effective for victims of online abuse. 

— RDAR is a leader in using its AI app and new technology to fight back. Its RAADR Parental 2.0.5 Monitoring App is now available at the Google Play Store to detect and stop bullying.

— Tools of the RDAR app include image recognition, keyword recognition, site filtering, and monitoring of children across multiple social media platforms across the internet. It also offers real-time alerts to users.

100,000+ Downloads Of RDAR’s App Seen In 2022

— RDAR anticipates greater than 100,000 downloads of its anti-cyberbullying app in 2022.  But the company says that number could exceed 500,000 downloads as the app gets organic publicity.

— Using the app is simple. A child’s image and social media addresses can be entered, then used by backend architecture to protect their children from cyberbullying. 

— Jacob Dimartino, chairman and CEO, says, “Our work is to make the internet a safer place for children will never stop.”

Athletes A Target Of Cyber Bullying

— A surprise to some is that athletes are often the target of cyberbullying. “Many athletes are subject to bullying on social media and many athletes are even subjected to death threats,” Dimartino adds. As a result, RDAR intends to form an athletic advisory panel to accelerate publicity for RDAR’s app and help eliminate online bullying.”     

Other OTC investments in the social app space to watch include: 

–Friendable (OTCMKTS: FDBL) created an app in 2014 that has blossomed into an all-encompassing musical artist platform.

–Image Protect (OTCMKTS: IMTL) is another subpenny in the music business.  Its unique digital asset library and proprietary technology was developed by company subsidiary Fotofy. The Company owns and operates which is an auction for NFTs of Hip Hop Artist and major Sports figures. Recently Company launched a website for Music NFTs. 

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