A law proposed in California would require that social networking sites like Facebook take down content from the profiles of children under 18 if their parents request it.
On the flip side: Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, thinks that more children under 13 should be allowed to join social network sites. He says that they offer educational opportunities, and that children can learn from each other.
So who is right? Should kids be kept off Facebook until they are 18—or allowed on it when they are 8?
I don’t think either one is right. …