TikTok, the popular short video app owned by Chinese tech giant ByteDance, is testing a new function that would allow creators to rate their content based on standards already used for movies and gaming, Reuters reported. The move aims to help parents and guardians screen adult-rated content on TikTok accounts owned by teenager users. TikTok’s growing protection measures for minors follow increased regulatory scrutiny, as well as similar moves by other tech companies, like Google, YouTube, and Instagram. [Reuters]