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It has been revealed by a recent report that Facebook has been ensnared in a new controversy after sources revealed that the site has been planning to allow children below 13 years of age to register with it.
As per the report findings, the site’s head of policy in the UK, Simon Milner, had a conversation with the sources, in which the matter of young children was also discussed. After the same, it was announced that Facebook has been looking forward to legalize joining of the site by the young ones.
While Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is in favour of the same, as per a previous report, as he said that gaining of education should always begin at a really young age. Also, he had affirmed that in order to ensure safety of the young, massive precautions would be taken.
But, a spokesman for the leading social networking site denied the same, “All we have said is what we have been saying for months – that minors on Facebook and the internet is an important issue – and we want to work with the broader industry to look at ways of keeping minors safe”.