“Snapchat lets parents control teens’ access to AI chatbot, addressing safety concerns. Parents can now disable the ‘My AI’ chatbot feature, ensuring teens can message it, but receive a disabled note.

The update is part of Snapchat’s Family Center, offering enhanced parental oversight. Parents gain visibility into safety settings, such as Story sharing, contacts, and location on the Snap Map.

The move follows concerns about the impact of social media on teen mental health, with a lawsuit against Snapchat, Google, Meta, and TikTok.

Snapchat aims to enhance youth safety with features like the ‘strike system’ against inappropriate content.

The platform makes Family Center more accessible and plans to address youth safety at a Senate hearing, featuring Snap CEO Evan Spiegel.

Source : CNN


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