CCDH’S NTIA PUBLIC COMMENT SUBMISSION
Kids Online Health and Safety Request for Comment
CCDH welcomes the opportunity to support the Biden Administration's efforts to address the mental health crisis among young people today as a result of unaccountable social media companies and their opaque algorithms, content policies and economic incentives.
TikTok’s Toxic Trade
How TikTok promotes dangerous and potentially illegal steroid-like drugs to teens.
New research shows that TikTok videos glorifying potentially deadly bodybuilding drugs and in some cases directing users to sites selling them have been seen at least 587 million times in the US in three years – including 420 million views from users aged 18-24 years old. TikTok must enforce their own rules and protect vulnerable users from harmful content. And Congress must hold the platform responsible and accountable if failing to do so.
KOSA will provide a safer online environment for children
The Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) has expressed its support for the U.S. Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA). Imran Ahmed, CEO and founder of the Center for Countering Digital Hate, said: “Children and young […]
7 Ways Meta is Harming Kids: Findings from the Company’s Internal Studies
CCDH pressured TikTok into action
2024 is here: it’s time to make social media safer