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Instagram will warn kids if they consume too much ‘sensitive’ content

11/10/2021

After accusations of ignoring mental health impact on teens using Instagram, Facebook will roll out new measures to make amends. These measures include warnings for consuming too much harmful content, parental control on content, and a “take a break” prompt. Speaking on CNN’s State of Union show last night, Nick...
After accusations of ignoring mental health impact on teens using Instagram, Facebook will roll out new measures to make amends. These measures include warnings for consuming too much harmful content, parental control on content, and a “take a break” prompt. Speaking on CNN’s State of Union show last night, Nick Clegg, Facebook’s VP of global affairs, said the nudge feature will warn teens looking at harmful content repeatedly: We’re going to introduce something which I think will make a considerable difference, which is where our systems see that the teenager is looking at the same content over and over again…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Instagram After accusations of ignoring mental health impact on teens using Instagram, Facebook will roll out new measures to make amends. These measures include warnings for consuming too much harmful content, parental control on content, and a “take a break” prompt. Speaking on CNN’s State of Union show last night, Nick Clegg, Facebook’s VP of global affairs, said the nudge feature will warn teens looking at harmful content repeatedly: We’re going to introduce something which I think will make a considerable difference, which is where our systems see that the teenager is looking at the same content over and over again…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Instagram
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