Facebook-owned Instagram has announced that it has stopped working on a version of the popular photo-sharing app for children amid growing opposition to the project. Age group.
But US lawmakers and rights groups have called on the social media giant to cancel plans to launch the app, citing safety concerns. “We won’t stop putting pressure on Facebook until it cancels this,” said Josh Jolin, CEO of children’s group Fairplay.
The “Instagram” application said that it sees the design of the “Instagram Kids” application as the right choice, but it has stopped work and will continue to increase the parental control tools that it provides, adding: “The reality is that children are already using the Internet and we see that developing age-appropriate experiences are designed for them. Especially much better for parents than we are today.”