The spread of social networks among the Consumer Email List adolescent population is generating concern among parents. We have an example of this in Fernanda Rocha Kanner , a mother who decided to delete the accounts of her daughter's Consumer Email List influencer, who accumulated about 1.7 million between TikTok and Instagram because she considered that she was affecting her mental health. Coincidentally, TikTok has recently announced that it is going to strengthen its policies , precisely to guarantee the security and privacy of teenagers when they use the platform.
Until now, you could choose who you wanted to Consumer Email List see your content. But the social network has concluded that this is not enough. Thus, it has introduced a new set of changes aimed at adolescents between 13 and 17 years of age that Consumer Email List will be arriving in the coming months. For example, there are changes in the privacy settings of direct messages . All accounts opened by people between the ages of 16 and 17 will have this option disabled by default.
However, they can change the mode Consumer Email List manually, so if they want to send and receive, they have the option. Those who already have the account will receive a notice to proceed to review their privacy. A pop-up window has been added Consumer Email List when content is going to be shared , so that adolescents under 16 years of age are clear about who is going to see it. Until they select an option, they will not be able to upload the video. In any case, for profiles between 13 and 15 years old , the option to share with “Everyone” is disabled.