A Lawyer Rewrote Instagram’s Privacy Policy So Kids And Parents Can Have A Meaningful Talk About Privacy

“In Britain, more than half of 12- to 15-year-olds are on Instagram, according to OfCom (pdf), the coun>try’s communications regulator. So are 43% of 8- to 11-year-olds. But how many of them understand what they signed when they joined? Pretty much 0%, according to “Growing Up Digital”, a rep

ort released Jan. 5 (pdf) by the UK Children’s Commissioner.”

Read this interesting article from Quartz about making ‘terms of service’ on Instagram kid-friendly!

 

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