EU Commission investigates Meta's child protection measures under DSA

16/05/2024 | European Commission

On Thursday, 16 May 2024, the European Commission opened an investigation into whether Meta has implemented sufficient child protection measures under the Digital Services Act (DSA). The Commission is concerned about the company's age verification processes and whether using the Facebook and Instagram platforms may stimulate behavioural addictions in children, resulting in rabbit-hole affect scrolling.

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