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Colorado mother sues Meta after 7-year-old daughter addicted to platform

Little girl lying on bed and using smart phone late at night.
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A Colorado mother said her daughter was platform-dependent at the age of seven, eating disorders and self-harm. action.

Pueblo-born Cecilia Tesch, a 13-year-old daughter identified as RF in court documents, is herself for "addictive and problematic usage." He claimed to have begun to hurt himself. "She is a platform,"her Daily Mailreported.

Tesh also claimed in her proceedings that her daughter's "constant" Facebook notice kept her all night and reduced RF's interest in her other activities. doing.

RF claimed that she had "developed many mental health conditions that she was still struggling with," and her mother, who accused Meta of designing Facebook, said, "Children and adolescents have products. The consent of the user's parents to allow them to be used, addicted and abused. "

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RF created an account on behalf of users under the age of 13 and how Tesch tried to limit her daughter's use of the internet, allowing Facebook to delete the account It is unknown if you reported.

However, Tesh's proceedings, in which she seeks unspecified damages, described her age-verifying measures on her Facebook as "weak." The

proceedings occur afterFacebook's own investigationshows that Instagram is toxic to teenage girls.

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