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Google now requires all Android manufacturers to include Digital Wellbeing and parental controls

October 8, 2019


Last year, several students at Stanford started a group called Stanford Students Against Addictive Devices (SSAAD). Protesting in front of the Palo Alto Apple Store, SSAAD members carried signs demanding that Apple do something about screen addiction. The group wanted Apple to develop an app that would track phone usage and show patterns of usage. SSAAD also wanted the company to add an “Essential mode” that when enabled, would limit the device’s functionality allowing it to make/take calls and texts, and to take pictures.

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