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WhatsApp: parents urge Meta to stop ‘harmful’ under-16s access

Tech and Science Daily | The Standard

11-04-2024 • 6 mins

Campaign group Smartphone Free Childhood is urging Meta to reverse its controversial WhatsApp age access reduction in Europe - amid growing concerns fears about harm to young minds and stranger danger. The ‘sleep gap’ - women more prone to insomnia than men, study finds. Sonar imaging reveals Baltimore bridge collapse devastation.


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  • WikiLeaks: Biden US ‘considering’ dropping Assange prosecution
  • Bafta Games Awards: Baldur’s Gate 3 and Spider-Man 2 lead noms
  • Getting enough fibre? Roughage boosts over-60s’ brains
  • Robots are coming...to host on television.



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