Should children below 13 years have a social network account?

Should children below 13 years have a social network account?

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 22%
Yes
 53%
No
 25%
Undecided (see comments)
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Poll Analysis

The Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) reports that 40% of 8-18 years old visit a social networking site at least once a day. That means a lot of school children are likely to have a social networking account. According to Facebook, its stated minimum age to sign in for an account is 13 years old. For MySpace, the minimum age is 14.. Yet the annual UK Children's Media Literacy reported that one in five children aged eight to 12 has a Facebook account. Remember, with no age verification in...   >>>


http://www.babble.com/kid/kid-health-safety/kids-facebook-safety-age-restrictions/



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