Mark Zuckerberg sent out letters to her daughter out to play, which means “off” Facebook. But the motivator for messenger messaging for kids is going against what he says, kids are becoming business objects.
A study from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2014 found that children who were separated from the 5-day exposure to technology were more likely to read the emotion of the other person than those who accessed it. TVs, computers and regular phones.
Of course, all the tech geniuses like Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg all know that, and they are just like any other father. Steve Jobs does not even let his children use the iPad, as well as limit many of the home-use technology products.
Mark Zuckerberg welcomes his second daughter August.
Last summer, when August, the second daughter of the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg published an indirect letter to his daughter when writing for his wife, Priscilla Chan. In the letter, he mentioned encouraging her out, “You may be busy when you grow up but your job now is to take the time to smell the flowers and put them on. their leaves into a box to save.
It’s about getting out of Facebook and other social networks to make a good childhood, he added, “It’s a miracle. Think too much about the future. That’s what we’re worried about. We will do everything we can to make this world better for you and for all of your generation. ”
This is a sincere and warm recommendation from a dad, but when he goes back to work, he goes on his way again – determined to get more people into Facebook social networking. Flowers, leaves or any other nature images here.
Facebook announced today the creation of the Messenger Kids app for children under the age of 13 and under the control of parents. Currently, only people age 13 and older are allowed to create Facebook accounts. Messenger Kids is connected to a parent account, compliant with online child protection and privacy laws. But is Mark Zuckerberg acting against the advice he has for his daughter?
Text messaging application for children under 13 on Facebook.
David Marcus, vice president of messaging products on Facebook, has stated that Facebook’s work is addressing “the real life issues of everyone,” the action that created Messenger Kids. Attracting children under the age of 13 is against the law. This is really a funny thing, as the early exposure to social networking is the most painful problem for parents.
Perhaps the best thing you can do for your child is not to help them in the social networking business anymore.