Facebook Kids App let's Kids talk to Strangers

Facebook's Messenger Kids App was designed so "Kids can only connect with parent-approved contacts" only it wasn't true. Due to a flaw in privacy settings, kids were able to end up in group chats with unapproved people. While this is obviously a massive #COPPA issue, it's also just a plain old trust issue... When it comes to child data, company reputation is even more precarious.

You can visit the Messenger for Kids website here:

And get more news about the actual breach from these links:


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