You can make social media safer for children and future generations
Say you’re with us. Help protect kids online by calling on platforms and politicians to put our children first, not profits.
Don’t leave it to chance – embed safety by design from the beginning
Social media platforms can be a real danger to children.
For many teenagers, that means bombarding them with endless videos about suicide, self-harm, eating disorders, and negative body image.
Unaccountable tech companies have put virtually zero protections in place to stop kids from being pulled into endless cycles of negativity, depression, and self-hatred.
But collectively, we do have power. Congress will act – but only if we come together and use our voice to demand change.
Write to Congress
Use your voice, and demand a plan
Download our TikTok Parents Guide
Two-thirds of American teenagers use TikTok. CCDH found that the app is bombarding young people with harmful content. We’ve created a Parents Guide to help you navigate your children’s TikTok usage.
Watch our video guide for parents
Five easy steps to protect kids online
Despite TikTok’s popularity, many parents are unclear about how it works or the potential dangers of the platform.
Parents tell us they feel overwhelmed and confused about how to support their children online. This video with our CEO, Imran Ahmed, takes you through five easy and important steps you can take to keep kids safer online.
Watch our this video and download the Parents Guide.
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About the Center for Countering Digital Hate
The Center for Countering Digital Hate is a nonprofit with offices in Washington D.C and the UK. We focus on countering and disrupting hate and misinformation online.