Why does POGO.tv sometimes ask for my child's email address?
Entry into Pogo.tv online contests usually requires an email address that we use only for identifying and notifying the winners. In addition, we offer registration for some of our content applications and gaming sites, such as Game Creator , in order to provide an improved and interactive playing experience where kids can create their own cartoons in Game Creator, and engage in other fun activities like create cartoons in Toon Creator.
Does POGO.tv collect any personal information about my child?
Pogo.tv is committed to providing fun, safe and secure sites for people of all ages. We are dedicated to safeguarding all personal information collected online and to helping our visitors learn how to exercise control over personal information while exploring the Internet.
Because many visitors to our sites are children, we make efforts to ensure that children access only the content that is appropriate for them. In addition, we employ special measures to help children protect their privacy while online.
How can I help keep my kids safe while they're online?
POGO.tv is dedicated to providing a fun and safe online environment for your family, and we support parents in helping their kids make smart choices on the Web. Visit our Web Safety Guide to learn more about managing your children's Internet use. To read more about parent guide.
Tips to stay safe online
Never give out your personal information online. Don't give out your real name, address, phone number, school name or passwords to anyone online.
Keep your online friendships online. Never meet with an online buddy unless your parents or an adult goes with you. Remember that they may not be who they say they are. Someone who says that he or she is a 9 year old could really be an older man or woman.
Don't open any links or download anything if you don't know who it's from or what it is - your computer may get sick with a virus and not work anymore.
Stop right away or close the window if you see or read anything online that upsets or scares you and tell your parents or an adult about it.
Protect your privacy. Never swap or post your personal photographs online.
Always have good manners and be polite when talking to others online.