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Instagram's privacy updates for kids are positive. But plans for an under-13s app means profits still take precedence

By Tama Leaver, Professor of Internet Studies, Curtin University
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Facebook recently announced significant changes to Instagram for users aged under 16. New accounts will be private by default, and advertisers will be limited in how they can reach young people.

The new changes are long overdue and welcome. But Facebook’s commitment to childrens’ safety is still in question as it continues to develop a separate version of Instagram for kids aged under 13.

The company received significant…


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