Apple device users will now be able see when individual apps request to access features such as the microphone, camera and phone gallery, plus which third parties they have connected with in the last seven days.
British subscription site OnlyFans is failing to prevent underage users from selling and appearing in explicit videos, a BBC investigation has found.
Under-18s have used fake identification to set up accounts, and police say a 14-year-old used a grandmother's passport.
The UK's most senior police officer for child protection also says children are being "exploited" on the platform.
"They took everything: our desktop computer, both our laptops, our mobile phones, a laptop I had borrowed, even old mobile phones that were lying around in drawers," said Kate.
Their children, aged five and seven, were allowed to keep their tablets.
The police later told the couple that four photos depicting category B child abuse - the second-most-serious kind - had been uploaded to an online chat site a year ago.
Information passed to the National Crime Agency suggested it had come from their IP address.
The massively popular photo-editing app Facetune is driving a generation of young women to extreme and obsessive lengths to look flawless online.
Social media firms will have to remove harmful content quickly or potentially face multi-billion-pound fines under new legislation.
The government's Online Safety Bill, announced in the Queen's Speech, comes with a promise of protecting debate.
It is "especially" geared at keeping children safe and says "democratically important" content should be preserved.
Donald Trump has launched a new "communications" website, which says it will publish content "straight from the desk" of the former US president.
Mr Trump was banned by Twitter and suspended by Facebook and YouTube after the Capitol riots in January.