YouTube CEO Says Platform Is ‘Valuable’ for Teens’ Mental Health

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Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “YouTube CEO Says Platform Is ‘Valuable’ for Teens’ Mental Health” – below is their description.

YouTube CEO SUsan Wojcicki responds to concerns about the impact of social media on teenagers and children. She talks to Bloomberg Technology Host Emily Chang about how the platform is working to give parents more tools to manage their kids’ access to online videos. (Source: Bloomberg)

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