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British minister tears into Facebook's new app for children: 'Stay away from my kids' (FB)

Critics are attacking Facebook over its new messaging app aimed at children. "Stay away from my children," British health secretary Jeremy Hunt warned the social network. Facebook is launching an app for children — and not everyone is happy about it. British health secretary and Conservative MP Jeremy Hunt has added his voice to the chorus of critics attacking the social network for trying to attract ever-earlier users to its services, publicly telling the company: "Stay away from my kids.
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