TECH CRUNCH - Instagram is implementing "nighttime nudges" for teen accounts, prompting users to take a break if they spend over 10 mins on the app late at night. The nudges, after 10 PM, encourage teens to close the app and sleep. The feature is part of Instagram's efforts to reduce teens' screen time, complementing existing features like "Take a Break" and "Quiet Mode." Meta, Instagram's parent company, is facing regulatory scrutiny on child safety and has recently announced automatic content restrictions for teen accounts. These measures respond to concerns about the impact of social media on young users' mental health.