Deepa Seetharaman

Wall Street Journal reporter who covers Facebook and other technology companies from San Francisco

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Facebook has done years of research into Instagram, and found that a sizable percentage of its teen users are suffering from body image and anxiety issues that have been exacerbated by…

Facebook knows about Instagram’s harm on young people — but has no consensus on mitigating problems

Facebook has done years of research into Instagram, and found that a sizable percentage of its teen users are suffering from body image and anxiety issues that have been exacerbated by…

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