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Almost one in four (24%) of those in the younger age bracket said that they had experienced potential harm on Facebook, which was twice that of the second-most harmful platform, Facebook-owned Instagram. An even larger proportion of children, 38%, had experienced unwelcome friends or followers on instant messenger platforms, making it the biggest single perceived type of harm on that kind of platform among young users.
The move will also be disappointing for parents seeking a safe avenue for their children to message with friends and family.
Then, finally, the point of the exchange was revealed: Basically, it's a mix between a scam and a marketing scheme, apparently designed to drive the textee to particular channels on a camming site.
Authorities like the Federal Communication Commission say to avoid such scams, do not answer communications from unfamiliar numbers.
"How embarrassing I thought this was someone I talked to on a dating app. The town appears to be a section of Woodward Township, Pa., home to the country's most established producer of fire insurance maps, a church, and not a whole lot else.
The recipient replied, asking if Jen was Amish, a query that apparently fell on deaf ears. "I'm kind of bored out here," continued the texter, before asking if the recipient was a "booty man." "You're not a good listener," my friend replied.
It’s good to see Facebook taking action, but it may be too late to burnish an already damaged image when it comes to child safety online.
In both cases, when they replied saying the Pennsylvanian texter had the wrong number, the pictures were followed by a bashful disclaimer, then a flirtatious invitation to continue chatting. The texter then introduced herself as Jen and asked if my friend was also in Sanborn.If you have questions about Messenger Kids and online safety, please visit our Help Center and Messenger Kids parental controls. This was likely a flaw in the design of the Messenger app, in which engineers didn’t account for young users adding new friends.Their oversight allowed a child to talk with a friend of a friend that the child’s parent hadn’t explicitly trusted and may not even know.The social media giant had been sending messages to parents informing them of a “technical error”.A child’s friend in the app could create a group chat with them and then invite people from their own list of parent-approved friends, even when their parents hadn’t approved their child to talk with those people.