Passionate Debate About Children Having Smartphones Divides The Loose Women | Loose Women

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Social media giants Facebook, TikTok and Instagram have come underfire after investigations have found that the platforms are directing harmful content towards young teens within 24 hours of accounts going live. In light of this – is it too dangerous these days to give kids under 18 a smartphone? Brenda certainly thinks so. And, after spending a lifetime protecting our kids from certain things only for them to be exposed to it online – is it time we took back control over our children’s social media?

From series 25, broadcast on 22/07/2021

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