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Meta has announced a raft of new features for Instagram designed to make the platform safer for teenagers to use, including Take A Break. Parents will also see how long kids are on Instagram.
TikTok has introduced new rules for teenagers that are designed to help them disconnect from the service late at night. Other changes ensure teens have full control over their online content.
In a bid to make the internet a safer space for teenagers, Google is making changes to many of its major products. SafeSearch will be enabled by default for teens and YouTube uploads will be private.
Amazon has rolled out a new tool to help you monitor what your teenage children are doing on the shopping platform. The tool lets you set spend limits and approve different attempted purchases.
Thousands of British teenagers are to be given cyber security training with the aim of tackling the 200 daily cyber attacks against the government. The course includes work experience opportunities.
Google's social networking service, Google+, is now allowing teenagers to sign up for accounts to use the service but with some added security and sharing restrictions.
A new study carried out by the MacArthur Foundation has shown that online time is actually good for teenagers, countering the stereotypical view of parents that spending any time online is a waste of time....
Websites which encourage vulnerable teenagers to kill themselves are to be blocked under plans by the Government to tackle the dozens of suicides that have been linked to internet chatrooms. Ministers are alarmed that...