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It found that kids had the right hardware but the wrong software; 93 percent of 6-12-year-olds in the U. have access to tablets or smartphones, while 66 percent have their own device, and three out of every five parents surveyed said their kids under 13 use messaging apps, social media or both.
But these apps weren’t built for children’s privacy, and instead allow adult strangers to contact or follow kids.
“In other apps, they can contact anyone they want or be contacted by anyone,” Facebook’s head of Messenger David Marcus notes.
Special proactive detection safety filters prevent children from sharing nudity, sexual content or violence, while a dedicated support team will respond quickly to reported or flagged content.
Once the parent has authenticated it with their own account, they set up a mini-profile with their kid’s name and photo.
But the app could prime kids to become lifelong Facebook users, and lock their families deeply into the platform where they’ll see ads.Instead, parents have to ask to look at their kids’ screen, which Chung says is a more common behavior pattern.