Common Sense Media has joined the Dove Self-Esteem Project's Campaign for Kids' Online Safety in its efforts to pass the Kids Online Safety Act in Congress.
New research on teen girls' experiences on TikTok, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, and YouTube highlights how platforms can better protect their mental health.
New research confirms that most teens surveyed have seen online pornography, but conversations with trusted adults can point them toward healthy ways to explore their sexuality.
Media and technology continue to shape kids' lives in important ways.
Congress is facing a watershed opportunity to change the trajectory of social media for our kids.
Legislation proposed in the CAMRA and KIDS Acts would put much-needed guardrails in place to protect kids and teens online.
The event featured women from politics and media discussing everything from the impact of big tech to the importance of representation in movies and TV
Kids need better protection today and beyond the pandemic.
Healthy digital ecosystems support mental health for young people on their post-pandemic road to recovery.
State Lawmakers beware: bills preventing tech’s ability to enforce rules could make online spaces worse for children and teens.