S.A.G. Technology GmbH

S.A.G. Technology GmbH
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Protection of minors

In our field of business which comprehends adult products and respectively adult content we permanently pay attention to the compliance with the applicable laws of the customers country of residence or respectively the current whereabouts at the time of order placement. This is made possible by visual means; eg. retouching pictures or censoring video content. For these purposes we evaluate the Geo-IP of the visitors of our sites.

Ahead of any shipment of material merchandise we can verify the age of our customers depending on the country of residence.
This may happen by uploading of digital copy of a personal document or through a suitable and secure online verification.

Depending on the country a verification upon delivery at the door is possible as well. Furthermore we use the qualification of our content for respected filter software (ICRA), in order to prevent access of children and minors to morally harmful content on the internet. Our websites are marked with the ICRA seal.

For further information about protection of minors please visit www.icra.org

The Internet Content Rating Association (ICRA) is an international, non profit association of leading Internet organisations who work together to develop a secure internet. The ICRA argues that self regulation leads to the best balance between the unhindered flow of digital content and the protection of children from potentially harmful material.


Childnet is a non-profit organization working around the world to help make the internet a great place for children. They run projects in 4 key areas of Access, Awareness, Protection and Policy. They also organize the annual Cable & Wireless Childnet Awards. See also Kids Smart below.

Susi: Safer Use of Services on the Internett

Advice and information about Internet safety for parents and teachers, plus opportunities to discuss problems and share solutions. This guidance is intended to make adults more aware of how to use the Internet safely, so that they can encourage safe behaviour online among children and young people


With the Safer Internet Programmes the European Union pursuits the aim to strengthen the internet- and media skills. The Klicksafe website is part of this programme with the aim of being a neutrale portal for versatile initiatives concerning chances and risks of the Internet.


Origin: The Zap website for children has been launched based on a research project, called the European Collaborative Environment (EUNCLE). The project brings together European Schoolnet, the coordinator, and seven other partners from all over Europe.

Safety: Any content appearing on, or linked from Zap must comply with the "Appropriateness" criteria, ensuring safe content for children. Sites should ideally conform also to the non-mandatory criteria.