Facebook will block kids from downloading age-inappropriate virtual reality apps

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Children play a virtual reality game a Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics Live Site set up on February 07, 2022 in Beijing, China. Andrea Verdelli/Getty Images

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Facebook’s parent company, Meta, plans to roll out parental supervision tools for its virtual reality headset, as concerns mount over whether kids are safe while exploring the so-called “metaverse.” The company also is launching new child-safety tools on Instagram.

Meta says its Quest headset is designed for people over the age of 13, but NPR

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