TikTok unveils new plans for removing mature or “potentially problematic” videos

Amid renewed focus on the potential risks social media may pose for teenagers, TikTok on Wednesday unveiled a number of improvements designed to assist users in customising their viewing choices and filtering out content that may be troublesome or too adult for young users. According to Cormac Keenan, head of trust and safety at the…

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Study finds : From Social Media Youngsters may Copy Friends Dietary Patterns

“Liking” sound nourishments via web-based networking media stages like Facebook may urge others to eat a decent eating routine, new research has found. In an examination distributed Thursday in the diary Appetite, researchers from the School of Life and Health Sciences at Ashton University in England saw that members ate an additional fifth of a…

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