Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner. I've got these messages a few times now and I block and report them.Yeah I'm not going to follow you for liking my picture lol Sadly, this just makes me doubt all those other random college girls which randomly message me to chat. It doesn't matter that parental controls existed, all the news see is "Kid talking to 50 year old dude playing Splatoon 2".
I don't know if anyone else has experienced this, recently I have been receiving likes for almost every screenshot I take on Xbox by random people (usually girls) that have hundreds/thousands of followers. If you're Average parent, who buys a Switch for their kid and just hands it to them without looking at those features and then you find your kid playing with Harold the 50 year old from the next state over.Some are more responsible, but when's the last time you saw more than a paragraph that these features existed at the end of an article or report on such matters.IMO, there should be a big ol' piece of paper in the box informing parents of what parental features exist, and a way for them to look up the reasons for such things.However, if you pay any attention at all to what your child is doing, then this would be a non [email protected] But wouldn't it be better if all these companies actually made a more concerted effort to inform people that these features exist?This may have been the case back in the days before the internet, where it was highly unlikely some of the bad stuff you heard about was ever going to affect you, but in today's information age, the chances one will be targeted, and the ease with which it can be done, and the relatively large number of people who don't take basic measures to protect themselves just exasberbate a problem which is generally being ignored.