J Steele

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LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 03: A person holds an iPhone displaying the Facebook app logo in front of a computer screen showing the facebook login page on August 3, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Facebook probably has a good feeling that you’re hesitant with allowing your kids to join the app because of all of the craziness out there on the internet. They want you to feel a little bit better so they’re rolling out new features. These features will be for parents and children.

One feature will ask kids to take a break from the platform.

Another feature will ‘nudge’ teens if they are constantly consuming content that isn’t good for their development. I wonder what algorithms they use to determine that?

A third feature will allow parents or guardians to monitor what their children are doing online. This is a huge one so you can keep tabs on what your kiddos are doing.

Is this just damage control considering Facebook and Instagram were offline for hours just the other week? Probably!

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