Children’s Privacy: Too big to care, Meta?

Meta’s big. Kids are small, powerless, and okay to take advantage of, seems to be a foundational way of thinking at Meta from CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the top down through the ranks if new reports are to be believed. Redacted historical documents just unsealed in a New Mexico lawsuit showed that young users were being marketed to intentionally and inappropriately – and, much worse, that people at Meta knew there was a massive volume of sexually explicit content being shared between adults and young people, but repeated warnings and requests from some staff to have that stopped were ignored.

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