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The Project Is Instagram Guilt-Tripping Parents Into Signing Their Kids Up?
The Project Is Instagram Guilt-Tripping Parents Into Signing Their Kids Up?
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Is Instagram Guilt-Tripping Parents Into Signing Their Kids Up?

Mon 10 Sep 2018 in 3 months

Social media giant Instagram has come under fire for a parents' guide which suggests that not allowing kids to join social media increases their risk of social marginalisation.

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