YouTube adds parental controls

The popular Web video site is now providing parents with ways to keep kids from viewing videos flagged as inappropriate.

YouTube has been coming under fire from parents who think some of the content on the popular Web site is unsuitable for their kids.

So, CBS News correspondent Kelly Wallace reports exclusively, starting today, YouTube is adding parental controls, enabling parents to block kids from viewing videos flagged as inappropriate for young teens.

Type in the word "sex" on YouTube, and you'll get millions of hits, Wallace points out, including countless provocative and violent videos.

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