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Facebook Announces New Features for Parents To Opt-In and Monitor What Their Kids Are Doing Online Facebook is rolling out new features 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. A third feature will allow parents or guardians to monitor what their children are doing online. What feature would you like to see Facebook add to protect minors on their platform?

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