It is almost ubiquitous pop psychology that social media is bad for you. It has contributed to eating orders, bullying, and depression — so much so that parents are often on the look out for ways to restrict the ways that children can use these platforms. But, rather than an app or helicopter parenting, some parents are relying on the legal system. From Reuters:
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