Parents, we want to know: How do you monitor your child’s activity on social media?

Sexual predators. Addictive features. Self-harm and eating disorders. Unrealistic beauty standards. Bullying. These are just some of the issues young people are dealing with on social media — and children’s advocates and lawmakers say companies are not doing enough to protect them.

On Wednesday, the CEOs of Meta, TikTok, X and other social media companies went before the Senate Judiciary Committee to testify as lawmakers and parents grow increasingly concerned about the effects of social media on young people’s lives.

So, parents, we want to know: How old are your children and how do you monitor their social media activity?

Let us know by filling out the form below and we may feature your answer on air.

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