Seattle Public Schools Sue Social-Media Platforms for Intentionally Harming Children

According to an article in the Seattle Times cited by the National Review’s Ryan Mills…

“Facebook, YouTube, and other social-media giants are intentionally hooking vulnerable children on their platforms and flooding them with harmful and exploitive content, according to a new lawsuit by Seattle public-school leaders that accuses the tech companies of creating a youth mental-health crisis in the state of Washington and elsewhere.”

Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, and Snapchat have all been named in the suit.

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