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Facebook plans to launch new Instagram for kids under 13

A new choice is on the way for parents who don’t allow their children to have social media accounts.

Executives at Facebook plan to launch a version of Instagram that would allow users aged 13 or younger to have an account.

Developers say this version would include added safety features that would track abuse, bullying and predators.

Currently, Instagram policy forbids children under the age of 13 from using the platform.

This new product comes after the 2017 launch of Messenger Kids, a Facebook product meant for children ages 6-12. Guardians monitor these accounts by approving whom children are allowed to chat with. They also receive weekly reports about activity on the child’s messenger account.

Facebook products are already used by about 3.3 billion people every month.

#E11evenMiami will accept #Bitcoin, says it’s first major club to do so

E11even Miami in the heart of downtown is known for pioneering many “firsts” in the nightlife industry, including being Miami’s first nightclub of its size open 24/7.

3 hospitalized after suffering #longfall in southwest #MiamiDade

Three people were rushed to a hospital Tuesday after some kind of accident in southwest Miami-Dade.

🤬A tough customer caused trouble at a SoBe restaurant by going off at the employees and destroying the taco counter, which prompted managers to close the business early.

Video captured the man going off at the employees at Taquiza, damaging the COVID barrier in the process.

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