Welcome to Lulilab!
Here you'll find some information about Lulilab and the measures we take to keep it a safe and cheerful environment for our users. Please check below which topic applies better to what you want to know from us.
If none of the texts below answer your doubts, please contact us at Support.
What is Lulilab?
Lulilab creates safe tools for youngsters to network and have fun on the internet. Lulilab's latest product is the adventure world called Spine World, in which the users take residence, travel, chat and go on quests in a safe and cheerful monitored environment. Lulilab also develops games and exclusive new technology for entertainment online.
Lulilab is a well known brand in the world of internet communities. Founded in 1999 as a student research project, Lulilab has won multiple awards and influenced many other communities with its avatar chat world and pixel graphics.
Lulilab 2.0 is right now in its beta version, which means this is a test version. Bugs, problems and changes might occur and the develop team works hard to keep everything neat and being improved all the time. Help make it better every day and report problems and bugs to Support.
Terms and Conditions
To read our Terms and Conditions of use, please click here.
Security in Lulilab
Lulilab Crew is constantly online and available for all users to report problems and suggestions. Our crew always have our profile photos marked with an "Lulilab Official Crew" sign. Lulilab also has a team of moderators to help monitor and keep the environment cheerful and safe in the chat rooms and community. Moderators are carefully chosen among trustworthy people with experience on working with children and teenagers. The moderators always have their profile photos marked with a sign marked "Lulilab Official Moderator".
Privacy in Lulilab
We may place this text file called "cookie" in the browser files of our user's computer. They are small lines of text that are stored in the browser's folder to save information about users and the connection between their computers and our server. That helps us know how to serve them better, improving the experience and providing customized communication. We may use this information to enhance their experience and we may share some information, but never any of their personal information with our members, vendors, sponsors or others. You can avoid cookies by deleting them from the browser directory. And to stop allowing them completely change your browser preferences (go to Tools > Internet Preferences > Privacy).
Some simple measures can help keep the online experience safer for your children. We hope to help you with these tips so you can also help us keep Lulilab a great place.
While using Lulilab:
Talk to your kids about using Lulilab, how they communicate with others and how they represent themselves on chat rooms and profiles. Keep and open communication with them to know when they need help and guidance. A good idea is to talk with your kids about their online friends and activities just as you would about their other activities.
Kids shouldn't lie about how old they are. Lulilab members can be of any age, but we take extra precautions to protect our younger members and we are not able to do so if they do not identify themselves as such. Lulilab might delete users whom we find to be misrepresenting their age according to parents requests or law requirements.
Lulilab is a public space. Members shouldn't post anything they wouldn't want the world to know - such as phone number, address, Instant Message (MSN, ICQ, etc) screen name, etc. Tell your children they should avoid posting anything that would make it easy for a stranger to find them, such as schools, neighbourhoods, places they hangout or such.
Remind them not to post anything that could embarrass them later or expose them to danger. Although Lulilab is public space where anyone can register and log in, teens sometimes think that people other than their friends can't see what they post. Tell them that they shouldn't post photos or texts they don't want strangers to see. Also talk to them about responsible, ethical, online behaviour. They should not be using the Internet to spread gossip, bully, or make threats against others.
People aren't always who they say they are. Ask your children to be careful about adding strangers to their friends list. It's fun to connect with new friends from all over the world, but members should be careful when communicating with people they don't know. They should talk to you if they want to meet an online friend in person. If you judge it is safe, any meeting should take place in public and with friends or a trusted adult present.
Harassment, hate speech and inappropriate content should be reported. If your kids encounter inappropriate behaviour, let them know that they can tell you. Either way, let them know they should report it to you, Lulilab or the authorities. You can report these cases to Lulilab Crew at Support.
Don't get hooked by a phishing scam. Phishing is a method used by fraudsters to try to get your personal information, such as your username and password, by pretending to be a site you trust. Tell your children to be careful when they don't know what website is about and do report to us any strange activity inside Lulilab. It is also good to have Internet-filtering tools as a complement to parental supervision. You can report these cases to Lulilab Crew at Support.
To read FBI's parental guide to online safety, please click on the link below:
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