If you think that Facebook isn’t a part of the Illuminati, you’re wrong. As of yesterday, the social network announced a new Facebook Messenger App for children under 13-years-old. Called Facebook Messenger Kids, the new app "makes it easier for kids to safely video chat and message with family and friends when they can't be together in person." As of right now, users must be 13 years old in order to create an official Facebook account. With the new messenger tool, parents fully control who is allowed to be added to their child’s contact list. In the tween world, Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube are the platforms dominating the scene, according to data. Facebook saw the gap and clearly wanted to join the party. What could go wrong with prepubescent children having access to something other than text messages? Always remember, screenshots are forever.
By: The Point Staff
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