The fact that YouTube developed and launched a kids version of their video sharing platform is a clear admonition that their platform has been a den of content unsuitable for children. Child protection groups have long been calling for curbs to inappropriate material that is easy to find and view with little in the way of ID authentication required. The only way around this danger is either to ban it completely or using a strong filter on the browser that the parent manages. Both of these are difficult tasks unless you use one of Escudo Web´s Educational Software solutions, which incorporates Digital Parental Interaction, enabling the parent to remotely manage and block unsuitable content based on black and white lists.