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So Facebook’s pitch to parents is pretty much: use Messenger Kids, because at the very least you can control what your child does with our app.Employees of the company, and those who created this product, may have good intentions, and it’s clear Facebook is following the legal protocols to prevent abuse.Now Facebook is creating a pipeline for children to become regular users of its products, starting as young as six years old, by claiming to offer an alternative better than what it exists today.Facebook seems to recognize how this will all look to the public, and it’s using a clever defense to defect criticism.
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It is free to download and there are no in-app purchases,” the company writes in a blog post.
Facebook says Messenger Kids is also designed to be compliant with the Children's Online Privacy and Protection Act, or COPPA.
Facebook today announced a new version of its Messenger chat app designed for children ages six to 12.
Called Messenger Kids, the new app does not require a Facebook account — due to federal law, users under the age of 13 cannot legally sign up for Facebook.