The European Union's recent directive to Alphabet's YouTube and TikTok, setting a November 30 deadline for them to detail their child protection measures, is a significant development in the ongoing effort to ensure online safety for minors. This action is part of the EU's broader strategy to regulate Big Tech companies under the new Digital Services Act (DSA).
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