Options for safety

Since that time

every Discord server I've joined has had some sort of safeguard in place to prevent young people from accessing content that is inappropriate for them to view. All of the Discord groups that I'm a part of have expressed similar concerns over the well-being of young kids who use the internet. This worry is reflected in a number of different ways, such as the creation of age-restricted channels and the refusal to allow people under the age of 18 to join particular servers.

Despite this, there is no assurance that each and every Discord server will always present its users with a secure setting in which to conduct their activities. It is essential for parents to make the effort to sit down and have a conversation with their children about the activities that they are participating in on their various online platforms. Even something that on the surface appears to be completely risk-free, such as the famous online game platform Roblox, which is marketed toward children, has the potential to be hazardous in certain contexts.

And despite the fact that the Discord servers that I've participated in have had excellent moderation by their respective admins, I should point out that this is not the case with all of them. Users are permitted to provide false information regarding both their age and their identity when they are creating an account. In addition to this, there is no standardization between servers with regard to the regulations that must be followed. On top of that, while using Discord, users now have additional opportunity to behave in an inappropriate manner or to annoy other users, such as by spamming audio at an unreasonably loud volume.

On the other hand, similar to other contemporary forms of social media, there are safeguards that, if administrators so choose, can assist in keeping online communities safe for children and teenagers to use. These safeguards can help administrators keep online communities safe for children and teenagers. This goes beyond the ability to label individual channels and stops child accounts from accessing entire communities. Members of the server have the ability to brand the entire server as "NSFW," which goes beyond the ability to label individual channels. In the event that they do not, however, the executives of the company are able to manage the matter on their own. If you are browsing Discord on an iOS device, NSFW servers will not be visible to you or anyone else, including adult accounts or the individuals who use them. In addition, Discord offers its users the opportunity to become volunteer moderators through a program known as the Moderator Academy. This program assists users in developing the skills necessary to properly manage a wide variety of diverse situations.