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So to any parent or child thinking about social media out there, I would just say KNOW YOUR TRIGGERS!Especially for people younger than 13 and those with mental disorders. Hi, I want social media like Instagram, but my mom won’t let me.They do not allow me on it because "its not you its other people".I have tried to explain private mode to them but they dont understand or even listen.Encourage them to check privacy settings regularly, since sites' policies often change. Remind them that everything can be seen by a vast, invisible audience (otherwise known as friends-of-friends-of-friends), and, once something's online, it's hard to take back. Each family will have different rules, but, especially for younger kids, it's a good idea for parents to have access to their kids' pages, at least at first, to be sure that what's being posted is appropriate. I'm often lonely and would love a way of connecting with other people, such as social media.
I would say that they have to be at least in middle school, for understanding and reasoning reasons.
If they are any younger than that, they might accidentally post something unsafe, and too inappropriate that might put them at risk for not being able to go to college.
Especially for people younger than 13 and those with mental disorders. My son just turned 12 and since he is mature for his age and a very good student I just let him get an instagram account for his birthday.
Despite what many think, this isn't to limit kids' exposure to inappropriate content but because of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), which prevents companies from collecting certain information from kids under 13.
Rather than create an environment that protects kids from data tracking, Facebook and other websites and apps choose to restrict access to those under 13.
If your kid is expressing interest in joining a social network, discuss the pros and cons and do your own research so you fully understand the implications of joining a particular network.