In a case against Facebook and its parent company Meta, a 13 -year -old girl says the defendants were unable to use “normal care” to ensure that users are overused of social networking sites. They have seen.
RP is referred to as a “strong Facebook user” during the RP complaint.
The case, recorded by the US District Court of Colorado, began using Facebook at the age of seven and soon began “drug addiction and complex use”. As a result, of “continuous notifications” in the use of social media, other RP activities are less interested and his sleep quality is low.
According to Dehchin’s complaint, “physical diskphia, lack of motivation to do so, severe anxiety, depression and work at school or socialization with his family and colleagues” RP. The content displayed by him and the tips on using Facebook. When they contacted the representatives of the Meta to comment on the complaint, they did not act immediately.
According to this case, Meta said, “Facebook is built to become addicted to children and young people without the consent of parents.” The plaintiffs also argue that Facebook’s control methods are “weak”.
Social media companies have previously criticized as children and adolescents are being treated and protected. Earlier this year, a Pennsylvania mother sued TikTok and its parent company ByteDance for allegedly promoting prank videos to her 10-year-old daughter, Insider reported.