Yorkshire school issues warning to parents over unsafe Momo challenge

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Hess, a pediatrician, put out a call to action to different groups to report the video to get it removed from the site.

'We created YouTube Kids to make it safer and simpler for children to explore the world through online video.

Writing on her blog Pedimom, she said: 'Exposure to videos, photos, and other self-harm and suicidal promoting content is a huge problem that our children are facing today.

A mother's disturbing discovery on YouTube Kids has her issuing a warning to parents. It was flagged by her and others, but it still took YouTube several days to take it down.

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I don't doubt that social media and things such as this are contributing, "she later told CNN". However, more youths survive suicide attempts than die. Instructional Videos Found That Encourage Children To Commit Suicide. "We are always working to improve our systems and to remove violative content more quickly, which is why we report our progress in a quarterly report and give users a dashboard showing the status of videos they've flagged to us".

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Clips like this doctored Minecraft video that depicts a school shooting have appeared on YouTube. The video shows a character opening fire and cursing before the video cuts to a dead body. "One suggested video was an hours-long lecture by Icke in which he claims that aliens built the pyramids, that the planet is run by reptile-human hybrids, that Freemasons engage in human sacrifice, that the assassination of President Kennedy was planned by the USA government, and that humans would evolve in 2012". "He waited until parents' guards were down, thinking their kids were just watching a harmless cartoon when he made his entrance four minutes and forty-five seconds into this video", she wrote. Hess said it took YouTube Kids a week to pull it down.

"I think it's extremely risky for our kids", Hess said about the clips Sunday in a phone interview with The Washington Post. We cannot continue to risk this.

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Children watching videos on YouTube and on the YouTubeKids app may have been exposed to chilling instructions on how to commit suicide.

The service claims that it uses a mix of filters, human reviewers, and feedback for its content. But no system is flawless and inappropriate videos can slip through, so we're constantly working to improve our safeguards and offer more features to help parents create the right experience for their families.

Those who need help, including children, can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK.

For confidential support in the United Kingdom call the Samaritans on 116123 or visit a local Samaritans branch, see www.samaritans.org for details.

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