In this news, we discuss the TikTok expands features to give parents more control of their teenagers’ accounts.
(Reuters) – Video-sharing app TikTok said on Tuesday it gave parents more control options, including the ability to monitor what their teens can see on the platform.
Owned by Chinese company ByteDance, Tiktok said parents would now be able to decide what content, users, hashtags or sounds their children can search for, as well as decide whether the account should be public or be kept private.
The company is expanding the “ Family Pairing ” feature introduced earlier this year, allowing parents to link their TikTok account to that of their teenage child. (bit.ly/3f8sXpD)
Report by Tiyashi Datta in Bengaluru; Editing by Krishna Chandra Eluri
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