The virtual worlds for children and teenagers through websites like Neopets, Club Penguin and Habbo are a big business. On these websites, children create an avatar and, with it, explore an imaginary universe. They can play games, chat and decorate virtual rooms or other spaces. As the number of these virtual worlds grows, so does the need for sophisticated monitoring softwares with latest technology. These kind of monitoring people are called as moderators. Emoderation, a company that developed a software called Netmoderator, is for monitoring these virtual worlds designed for kids below 16 years who need to be safeguarded from ill-minded strangers. This software is integrated into a virtual world site and it acts as the moderator to have a check on the strangers.