New Facebook Policies Could Allow Access to Children Under 13
Facebook is coming under hot water again for its privacy policies ... and this time, it involves granting access to minors. The social network's current policy doesn't allow children under 13 to have a Facebook account, but that might be about to change.
A new policy could allow minors to use the site through a variety of options ... one being connecting children's accounts to those of their parents.
Over an estimated 7 million kids are reportedly lying about their age just to have access to the site, so some supporters of the new laws say it could be preventative. Yet, critics
aren't so sure, calling the potential privacy law into question. More information will be coming in the following months ... but we want to know where YOU stand on this controversial topic. Do you think minors should have any, even if limited, access to the site? Let us know.