Club Penguin is a virtual world where children can play games, interact with friends, attend parties and special events, and participate in creative and imaginative activities.
Website URL: www.clubpenguin.com
Club Penguin is designed for children aged 6–14 years old, but people of all ages can create an account.
When creating a Club Penguin account, a parent's email address is required. This allows Club Penguin to verify that the child has permission from the parent to use the site.
Right: an example of the rules you must comply by when using Club Penguin.
By default, you are not able to access other members' personal details.
In Club Penguin you can choose the most appropriate chat option to help protect your privacy. You are asked to select a suitable chat option each time you log in. The two different chat options you can choose from are:
Every message is filtered to allow only pre-approved words to be displayed to other players, and to block attempts to communicate problem phrases, a phone number or other personally identifiable information.
Right: an overview of Club Penguin's safe chat options.
You can click the M icon to report any concern that may arise. Club Penguin employs on-site moderators to receive reports of misconduct and monitor activity and chat.
Club Penguin allows you to block communications from another user by adding them to an ignore list. To add another user to your ignore list you can click the ghost icon.
Right: an example of how to report cyberbullying or abuse to Club Penguin.
Club Penguin is free to join and use. By purchasing membership for a fee, you can gain access to additional features.
You can find more information at Club Penguin's Membership page.
Right: examples of how you can purchase additional features on Club Penguin.
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