01 Apr '11, 10am

The Social Network for Children

The Social Network for Children

as she envisioned “a world without borders” for kids to learn and share. And since Facebook ‘s age restriction excluded young children, a site like LittleLives can attract those kids who want their own space to interact and something to call their own. “While providing an environment for children is important, the more important part was to ensure that adult supervision was put in place, without making the children feel like they were being monitored,” Ho says. “We really had to study how parents and teachers took care and safeguarded children, and replicate that in an online environment.”

Full article: http://www.youngupstarts.com/2011/04/01/littlelives-a-soc...

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