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Highly Inappropriate People ruining the fun for kids ****SERIOUS***

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    I aggre

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    good thinking

     

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    I AM KID I HATE CURSE WORDS

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    It's pretty simple just go on Hypixel, Hive, and Mineplex. Also all you have to do is NOT go on a server if it's that bad.

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    Maybe there should be a report website where you submit the report. Where you need to take pictures of the incident and the person who made the incident. Then the player would be asked. If they did not provide logical reasons, they would be banned from multiplayer for 5 days. 2nd offence is 10 days. 3rd offence is 1 month, 4th offence is 3 months, 5th offence is perma ban from mp.

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    I agree. One of the many child safety issues with Minecraft is the INABILITY to control which servers a child can connect to. I have asked mojang and microsoft multiple times including raising it to microsoft legal to try to get simple ability to define the list of servers a child can connect to and use a passcode to control additions, deletions, and modifications to the list.

    but mojang and microsoft have a long track record of NOT being interested in protecting their primary customers - children in this case.

    Roblox has the same problems and Minecraft is starting to have it more and more.

    perhaps a class action lawsuit would get their attention and protect children.

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    a way you can solve this is by looking up kid friendly sever and enter them into the log

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    also children aren’t the only people who play Minecraft there are plenty of adults that love playing Minecraft and it’s bad that this is happening but it’s preventable if you just find some severs that are kid friendly also you can stop them from adding more severs with the need for an ip for the sever

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    I think this is not Mojang’s problem you can’t expect a report feature implemented into Minecraft, because I don’t think the Minecraft community would appreciate it. Please contact server owners or restrict online play on your Minecraft account please stick to big name servers with better admins and chat features.

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    I don't think you can filter constellations of Blocks. It would be too hard and there would be too many false positives. You can however pretty easily add a report system, wich actually already partially exists. Most Servers add a /report command.

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    just don't play on a server, or make a server and invite people who don't do stuff like that. thats all it takes. you don't need to do a lawsuit. just do some research and find a server that fits the maturity of your child's age.

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    I'm just pointing this out, but I feel as if Minecraft has become a little "too" kid-friendly. There should be settings to enable or disable a chat censor or adding settings to allow for more gruesome and mature mob designs such as zombies featuring blood on their texture. These settings would give the best of both worlds of Minecraft, the older fanbase a good game while allowing children to experience it a more suitable fashion.

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    I know people are rude 

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    then maybe you should just not let ur kid play multiplayer minecraft if your so upset about it. 🙄

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    While this is a good point, maybe on public servers or settings you can censor things like on roblox but higher and numbers ARE allowed. I wouldnt want a roblox censor chat though because we kinda like numbers, gibberish like "das,amdfdsadsafsadwawsdfredvgfdcv" or other stuff.

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    io non saprei perchè non gioco tanto sui servers, e non mi è mai capitata una cosa del genere, capisco il punto e hai ragione, ma penso che più che gli sviluppatori dovresti contattare lo staff del server, se questa cosa è contraria alle regole del server in cui giochi, altrimenti vai in server adatti ai bambini, capisco che potrebbe essere un po' frustrante  non poter accedere a tutti i servers, ma non penso che si possa limitare la libertà di espressione sui servers se il server lo consente

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    Yeah roblox has a report. But i think there should be censored content on minecraft.

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    This isn't an issue for Mojang, it should be taken up with server hosts. This is one of the risks of playing an huge open-world game, and there are already ways to block this kind of stuff.

    IMO, if they don't know what it is yet they will at some point so I don't understand why it's an issue.

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    This post is completely redundant. You can't really remove toxic communities easily. Remember that not only 12-year-olds play the game, and sometimes those are even the ones making bad comments. On java servers, there are reporting systems up, and there was a new feature the client-side block players. Oh yeah, and stopping players from building profanity is not something you can do. The best you can do is log into servers with strict moderation. (I.e; Hypixel) even then it can take time for punishments to roll out. Mainly because you have to deal with millions of reports everyday. 

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    you are right
    until they do that i think you should play alone with your daughter in a server where other people don't join or can't join

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    while it may be upsetting maybe dont let your daughter on public servers ur exposing her to the risk of this which is both you the parents fault just as much as the people doing it on the server i agree it is wrong but maybe you should not be playing on public servers because theres always a chance of some pedo or someone doing that.

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    Good idea. this happened to me too

     

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    I hope Mojang gives some clarification soon on why it is "announced" as this thread makes me kinda worried, and i say this as a parent of a young child.  

    I believe its up to a parent to first investigate a playground to see if it is safe for their kids to play on, this should be for both real life and virtual playgrounds. Personally i have a real life playground that is build in a not safe way, therefore i will supervise my child whenever he uses it. 

    In school (online server) your kids may hear others curse or be bullies. I don't think i as a parent should report these kids to the police (mojang/microsoft), instead i should talk to the teachers (server admins) who are more involved with the situation, if they are unwilling to do anything, i should re-evaluate if this school is safe for my child. 

    I agree it could be useful if there existed an endorsed website for child friendly severs, if they are not safe as promised the servers should be reported to the website and not be featured.

    Most people here that agree with the feedback call for a much more harsh reporting of players, and the only logical solution a player report could provide is banning these people/kids from online servers in general, this would go to far and has potential to be abused (bullies mass reporting a friendly player).  

    Mojang and Microsoft should not act as a police, at maximum they should provide tools so we the parents can make responsible choices.

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    You are right!

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    This is true people need to STOP doing this it is very rude really all I want is Minecraft to be a safe place

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    Maybe you can do a kid-friendly server like Hive or Galaxite. If that doesn't work then maybe make your own server

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    Im suprised someone would do something like that 

     

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    Do you want to make Minecraft just like China edition developed by NetEase, which greatly restricts players' behaviour, including banning notice board and chatroom?

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    just don't play servers.

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    Mojang is not responsible for what happened to the servers, but we are concerned.