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  • Instagram's privacy portal gives parents more control
  • Instagram's privacy portal gives parents more control
    Omar Lopez (2018) ©
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Instagram's privacy portal gives parents more control

Instagram's privacy portal helps parents get familiar with privacy controls to supervise their kids. With people still willing to disclose personal data to use social media, Instagram is addressing the knowledge-gap parents might have regarding their children's privacy online.

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