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Mother Warn Parents About This YouTube Video That Making Kids Do Something Bad To Theirselves

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Recently, one 7-year-old girl reportedly attempted to take her own life, claiming that she was taught by YouTube kids. This means that what parents think safe for their kids turned out a mistake.

People are really concerned about the discovery of disturbing content that teaches children how to commit su*cide.

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According to the mother named Meridy Leeper, she couldn't believe that she saw her 7-year-old daughter being shown a “how to” on suicide while she was playing YouTube games. She then decided to share what she found out on Facebook to warn fellow parents.

“This is an exceptionally hard thing for me to post,” she wrote.

“I’ve thought long and hard about this. I’ve decided it’s way too important not to bring awareness to other parents. This is not up for criticism. I only want to let all parents know what to watch for…”

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“Kids youtube, [R]oblox, [F]ortnight… no matter how much you think you are monitoring your child.. notifications to what your child is watching. It doesn’t matter,” she continued. “My 7-year-old child was taught how to attempt suicide by kids youtube and these games. She has expressed that she doesn’t feel neglected or unloved. Instead, she was constantly told to ‘go kill yourself’ by other gamers, by kids youtube. Shown HOW to.”

Her child suffered from a full-blown anxiety attack after long exposure to YouTube.

“This is a VERY real danger! I NEVER thought I would find myself helping my SEVEN-YEAR-OLD CHILD through an anxiety attack,” wrote Meridy.


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“PLEASE, keep your children away from these things,” she urged. “I’m just so glad my child was able to express her feelings before she actually tried to harm herself. I never thought something as ‘innocent’ as kids youtube would have these subliminal messages. Again, I’m only sharing our experience in the hopes to prevent another child [from] going through this.”

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But a YouTube spokesperson said that the platform relies on “both user flagging and smart detection technology to flag this content for our reviewers." Also adding that “every quarter we remove millions of videos and channels that violate our policies and we remove the majority of these videos before they have any views.”

Moreover, Youtube claims that contents that these disturbing contents have a history of slipping through the cracks in their algorithm. After the discovery, major brands like Disney to pull advertising.

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YouTube Momo Video/FAITH IT

“We should start by educating ourselves, educating our children, and speaking up when we see something that is dangerous for our children,” urged Hess.

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“We also need to fight to have the developers of social media platforms held responsible when they do not assure [those] age restrictions are followed and when they do not remove inappropriate and/or dangerous material when reported.”




Sources: Faith It
Mother Warn Parents About This YouTube Video That Making Kids Do Something Bad To Theirselves Mother Warn Parents About This YouTube Video That Making Kids Do Something Bad To Theirselves Reviewed by Phil on 27 February Rating: 5

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