Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and other social media are facing increasing legislative and regulatory scrutiny over allegations of spreading disinformation and not acting to reduce negative impacts on kids and teen’s mental health on their platforms. What responsibility are the companies taking to remedy these concerns and what do parents and caregivers need to know about how the use of these platforms may impact young children and teens? On Oct. 28 at Noon ET, join PBS NewsHour’s Nicole Ellis as she speaks with Washington Post technology reporter Heather Kelly and Hartford HealthCare child and adolescent psychiatrist Dr. Paul Weigle for the latest news and research on social media and kids.
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