San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 05, 2012
CanProve (http://www.canprove.com) , the groundbreaking online evidence capturing and reporting service, announced today the beta release of CanProve CyberBullying Response Kit designed to assist children and parents with capturing and preserving cyberbullying evidence, as well as enabling them to easily report incidents to schools, police or authorities via the Web. The service is now available to individuals and organizations.
Most of cyberbullying victims don’t know how to respond when confronted by an offender. Current technology makes it very difficult to systematically capture and report cyber bullying incidents, especially for non-tech savvy people. It often requires specialized knowledge or complex tools. And currently there is no help when cyberbullies post offending content and then quickly remove to cover their tracks.
CanProve enables capturing and preserving cyberbullying evidence with a single click, without the need for downloading or installing any software. Once captured, the proof can be instantly shared with school officials and authorities, making it easier to respond and stop cyberbullying.
“Many states and counties are adopting regulations to fight cyberbullying,” said Robyn Sevounts, co-founder of CanProve. “However, the technology is simply not there today to make these measures effective, lacking effective reporting and tracking of such incidents. Crucial evidence is often removed by the offenders to cover tracks. CanProve is the first tool to capture and preserve cyberbullying evidence no matter when it occurs. Once captured, CanProve makes it easy to share and create a reporting ecosystem to fight the abuse.”
CanProve is a web evidence capturing, preserving and reporting service. It was founded in 2011 by industry veterans in cyber security, privacy and education space to provide tools for responding and stopping cyber bullying and stalking. For more information, visit http://www.canprove.com