You might be surprised to learn that a realtime parental portal might not be as easy to set up as you might think.
The portal, which was launched by two Brazilian fathers, will allow parents to send photos, videos and text messages directly to their kids via the app and then allow them to interact with them remotely, a step that has been criticized by critics as being a violation of privacy.
In addition, the app allows parents to set a timer to let their children get a certain amount of sleep in the morning and send text messages during the night.
The Brazilian dads’ portal is currently only available in Portuguese.
The realtime portal is not without its critics.
It’s unclear what kind of privacy is being violated and, even more importantly, what kinds of restrictions parents are allowed to set on their kids.
The Portuguese fathers are appealing the decision in court, but the issue remains in limbo as the Portuguese courts are still deliberating the issue.
In fact, the Portuguese government is currently looking into the legality of the portal and, in the meantime, parents are being forced to rely on the app to send text, photos and video messages to their children.
The realtime dads are also facing some of the same criticism that the Brazilian fathers have faced.
In a letter to the court, the parents argued that the portal is “unconstitutional” and that it violates the parents’ right to privacy.
“The parents have not established that their privacy is invaded or that the communication is done in an inappropriate manner,” the fathers wrote.
“They are therefore unable to justify the infringement of the privacy of the child or the violation of the parental rights.”
According to the Brazilian court, parents have to “provide sufficient details and the consent to the communication,” but the portal was never clear about what exactly that means.
The father also argued that, in order to be able to send the messages, the parental portal had to be “completely open and transparent” so that the kids could see all the information they were sending.
The parents, who are based in the state of São Paulo, also pointed out that the parents had to upload a photo and video of their kids to their portal, a request that the court ruled was not reasonable.
The Portuguese fathers’ petition was not the only legal challenge against the realtime parenting portal.
In September, a Brazilian couple filed a lawsuit against Realtime Parenting, which they claimed violated their privacy by allowing their kids access to the portal.
The couple, who live in the southern Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro, accused the realtimers of “installing a private network on the childrens mobile phones that enables the parents to connect with their children remotely.”
They also claimed that the real time parental portal violated their parental rights by allowing them to set time limits for their kids, which the parents say violated their constitutional rights to privacy and equal protection.