Our new "State of Kids and Families in America" report reveals how both voters and young people feel about the challenges and solutions facing families as we approach the 2024 election.
Our team has identified areas that need more research in 2024.
Young people find phones hard to resist, and the industry could do more to help them manage their responsibilities.
Parents and kids are optimistic about AI, but want guardrails to minimize its harmful impact.
Our new report shows that most apps and platforms mislead kids and their caregivers about how they sell and share personal data.
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.
Algorithmic racism causes trauma and mental health challenges for Black youth, while platforms profit.
New research on teen girls' experiences on TikTok, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, and YouTube highlights how platforms can better protect their mental health.
With the passage of one of Common Sense's long-time priorities, we are now closer to getting much-needed research on how technology impacts kids' and teens' development and health.
Our 2022 research highlights where government and industry can do more to support and protect our kids.