Instagram is one of the most popular social media apps in the world. More than 1 billion users post, like, and comment on photos on the app. Many of those users are kids. Instagram rules say you must be 13 to sign up for an account. But some kids lie about their age to join. Others get permission from their parents.
Some people say Instagram is dangerous for kids. They point out that many kids are too young to understand the risks of sharing personal information online. But others argue that parents can control who kids follow and what they post. With supervision, they say, the app can help kids connect and communicate. Here's what two of our readers think.