PSN is looking to reset its network settings for children.
This is a very exciting development and one that could be very positive for all of us, says Michael Wohlman, senior vice president of Psn, in a statement.
PSN’s decision to launch this reset of the network settings is another indication that the company is committed to keeping children safe online and is actively working with all parties in the community to support our families.
We thank the local authorities and the children for their support and encourage everyone to remain vigilant and watch for suspicious activity online.
We will continue to work with the local police to keep children safe and keep them connected.
We look forward to seeing what the future brings.
This will also have a profound impact on the children and families we serve.
Psn will also roll out a new reset feature for its children, a feature that will allow them to access the same features and features as parents without requiring any additional software installation.
Parents will also be able to switch to the new setting automatically, but this feature is currently limited to a select group of the children in Psn’s network.
Pssn will also launch a child support payment system, which will allow parents to track their child support payments and help make it easier for families to understand what is happening with their children.
Ptsn will launch its own video service, Ptsns new, and will be adding the ability to post videos of children in the home.
We are looking forward to partnering with local partners to bring Ptsna to a much wider audience.
We have great plans to make Ptsni the world’s leading video-based, child-centered and child-focused network, and look forward and proud to continue making it a reality for our customers.
Learn more about Psn here: www.psn.com/reset_settings.
This article was updated on March 29, 2018 at 8:17 a.m.
PT to clarify the company’s plans for the reset.