Meta will begin removing some sensitive and “age-inappropriate” content from teenagers’ feeds, the company said in an announcement published Tuesday.

Meta has removed topics like self-harm, eating disorders, and mental illnesses from recommendations to teens on its apps, limiting exposure to sensitive content. The company is hiding more terms and directing users to resources for help.

Meta’s policies impose teens’ privacy responsibilities, with content limitations imposed by their standards. Legislation is needed to reduce harmful content served to millions of children daily.

Meta, a social media company, has faced backlash for its policies aimed at children. A former engineering director testified in a congressional hearing, and a bipartisan group sued Meta for addictive features. CEO Mark Zuckerberg emphasized the importance of safe online experiences for kids. Meta has developed over 30 tools and consults with experts to improve safety.