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YouTube Pitches Safety Features for Tweens to Join Its Main Site

Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

YouTube unveiled new safety settings to let tweens and teens roam portions of its main website with parental supervision, the company’s latest effort to lure younger viewers with appropriate content.

The world’s largest video site, owned by Alphabet Inc.’s Google, said in a blog post Wednesday that it will launch a test version of the new product in more than 80 countries.