Media. Content Restrictions Namespace
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Provides classes that define Family Safety settings for a Windows user.
Content provider apps have content that may be inappropriate for young children. The Family Safety Content API allows these apps to discover Family Safety settings for a Windows user, and creates safe and appropriate experiences for children.
Content restriction settings are divided into two categories–content browsing and content consumption. The content browsing age settings control, which content is presented to a user in an app’s content catalog (for example, Microsoft Store ’s app list, a movie app’s movie/TV list). This shields children from content with unsafe thumbnail pictures or descriptions, like adult movies.
Content consumption settings define whether a specific piece of content can be consumed (for example, whether an app can be installed, or a movie can be watched). If content is blocked for consumption, the child is given an option to ask for a parental override.
Apps specify the minimum level of Family Safety content restrictions to be enforced, for both browsing and consumption of content for user's interactions with the app.
Contains information used to filter an app's content catalog.
Contains information about a piece of content. An app creates a RatedContentDescription object, for each piece of content to be used in the GetRestrictionLevelAsync and RequestContentAccessAsync methods.
Contains all behavior and functionality related to a user's Family Safety content settings.
Specifies how the content is treated, based on the user's content settings.
Specifies the type of a piece of content.
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