What happens if you stop letting algorithms suggest the content that kids watch?

Content algorithms are useful. They’re great at surfacing and perpetuating trends that kids love (slime-making, TikTok compilations, Gacha clips) but they also lead to copy-cat content, and repetition. They enable keyword-stuffing and rabbit holes of cobbled-together content; or in TechCrunch’s words, an “aimless slurry of endlessly repurposed permutations of pilfered content.”  Often users know exactly… Continue reading What happens if you stop letting algorithms suggest the content that kids watch?