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Author: Damien Benford
Instagram is reportedly working on a new version of the social network suitable for children under the age of 13. With the new platform, the company expects to help stop the common practice of young kids signing up for accounts on the main app by lying about their age. According to a recent report on BuzzFeed, Instagram’s parent company, Facebook has announced its plans for a preteens-only version of Instagram in an internal mail, allowing the age group to use the photo- and video-sharing app “safely” for the first time. As it stands, Instagram doesn’t allow people under 13 to…