You can restrict your access and other users' access to movies and TV shows based on rating (e.g., PG, PG-13, R, TV-Y, TV-Y7, TV-G). To do so, go to User Settings, select the user's name or icon, and adjust the settings in the parental controls section. If necessary, turn parental controls "on".Movies and TVs shows in your Library may be rated using different ratings systems, especially if they came from a different country. Add whichever ratings systems you need, then adjust the settings as needed. You can specifically block anything that has been labeled as "adult". You can also block access to music videos that have been labeled as "explicit" for language or other adult themes. You can also block access to anything without a rating (see What does "unrated" mean?).Parental control settings for a user apply only to viewing your UltraViolet Library on uvvu.com and to streaming when logged into participating UltraViolet streaming services. Some services may require that parental control settings be set separately. Please realize that there are certain instances in which the UltraViolet parental controls you set at uvvu.com do not apply. For example, if you watch an UltraViolet movie using your cable television service, but did not log in with a username and password, you might need to use the parental control system built into the cable set-top box to establish a PIN code to keep household users from viewing inappropriate movies or TV shows. Additionally, though a user may be able to see information about movies and TV shows above their parental control levels when shopping at an UltraViolet retailer, they will not be able to add them to the UltraViolet Library.