Two US senators raise privacy concerns over Facebook's Messenger Kids

Two US senators raise privacy concerns over Facebook's Messenger Kids. Democratic US Senators Edward Markey and Richard Blumenthal questioned Facebook about a “worrying pattern” of poor privacy protection for children using Messenger Kids. The app is intended for kids under 13 and reported a laps that allowed thousands of children to join group chats that where not all members were approved by parents. Additional questions to Facebook demanded more clarity on what the company is doing to ensure kids’ privacy and safety online, meet parent’s expectations, and fulfill legal obligations. The letter to Facebook requested responses by August 27. CNBC