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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Facebook is considering launching a version of Instagram for children under the age of 13

After launching a copy of the Messenger Kids program to chat with children, the social network “Facebook” intends to launch a version of the Instagram application for children under the age of 13 years, with the aim of using it safely for the first time.

The social network, Facebook, is considering launching a version of the Instagram photo-sharing app for children under the age of 13. “I am pleased to announce that from now on we have made working with young people a priority for Instagram and have added them to our list of H1 priorities,” BuzzFeed News, a technology-focused website, quoted Vishal Shah, deputy product manager at Instagram, as saying in a message on the company’s intranet.

Shah added, “We will build a new pillar for youth within the community product portfolio to focus on two things: the first is to accelerate integrity and privacy work to ensure the best possible experience for teens and the second to launch a version of Instagram that allows people under the age of 13 to use Instagram safely for the first time.” It is reported that children under the age of 13 cannot use the Instagram application.

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