Unlike previous restrictions, which only applied to adults over 19, these new rules are applicable to users of all ages. Meta plans to notify Instagram users of these changes through a message at the top of their Feed. For teens using supervised accounts, they will require parental or guardian approval to modify this setting.
Meta is also expanding parental supervision tools on Instagram. Instead of only receiving notifications when their child adjusts their safety and privacy settings, parents will now have the authority to approve or deny such requests. This will prevent children from making changes like switching their profile from private to public without parental consent.
Additionally, Meta is developing a new feature to protect users from receiving inappropriate images in messages from people they are already connected with. This feature will also discourage users from sending such content. Although no launch date has been specified, Meta has mentioned that this feature will function in encrypted chats, with further details expected to be revealed later this year.
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