If our app, Covenant Eyes, captured an image from the user's device that it classifies as explicit, the next report sent to the chaver will be titled 'Review Recommended'. Near the top of the body of the report, there will information about the image (time, date, from which app) and a link that the chaver can click to reveal a blurred copy of the image.
Even if Covenant Eyes found no explicit activity on the device, we still send a regular report to the chaver which contains a handful of blurred thumbnail pictures. We show these to the chaver so that he/she can see a sample of the user's device activity.
Half of those screenshots were selected at random from the set of images taken during the reporting period.
The other half is made up of those screenshots that were the most high-ranking images (according to Covenant Eyes) taken during the reporting period. These images did not meet the threshold of being considered explicit, so the report will not reccommend review. They may very well be of no concern at all, however, different people have different sensitivities as to what is considered inappropriate. So whether these images are innocent or not, the chaver is able to review what were the "worst" images captured.
To learn more about reports, click here: LINK