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About RAADR

Bullying affects all youth, including those who are bullied, those who bully others, and those who witness bullying. The effects of bullying may continue into adulthood.

Keep your kids safe online, now!

“Another Level of Great protection for my kids”

Gary Smith

“1st runner up of the inaugural Red Bull” King of the Rock Basketball Tournament in 2011

RAADR, Inc., publishes software and apps that protect children who use social media and the internet. Known as the “internet anti-bullying company”, RAADR produces products that allow children, parents, and school districts to monitor bullying and other threatening behavior on the Internet in real time.

Armed with many features including keyword tracking, real-time alerts, facial recognition, and site filtering, RAADR’s apps determine in real-time whether children or young adults are the victims of stalkers, bullies, and other threatening behavior. Parents love the facial recognition feature because in seconds, the app allows parents to upload the child’s image and parents can be armed with one of the most powerful tools available to receive alerts each time their child’s image appears on a social media site.

 RAADR Parental 2.0, which is the parenting app that helps parents and adults protect children by using real-time monitoring on social media will be released on Jan 30th, 2022. Bully RAADR which arms the kids with RAADR’s powerful suite of products allows children to protect themselves and other kids from threatening and dangerous behavior on the internet and social media will be released by the Spring of 2022. RAADR Inc. is committed to making our world and social media a safer and better place for kids and young adults.”

(INTERNET ANTI-BULLYING COMPANY)

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Bullying affects all youth, including those who are bullied, those who bully others, and those who witness bullying. The effects of bullying may continue into adulthood.