Meta’s Parental Tools Insufficient for Protecting Vulnerable Kids, Say Experts

  • Although Meta has launched new parental monitoring tools, child protection and anti-trafficking organizations argue these measures don’t sufficiently shield kids lacking consistent supervision.
  • As these tools mainly rely on engaged families, children in care or in group homes, might stay at risk.
  • Experts call for systemic changes and new regulations addressing children’s online safety, rather than depending solely on parental intervention and user responsibility.
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