Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported that developers at Facebook were developing technology that would allow children younger than 13 years-old to use the popular social networking site.
Currently, Facebook policy states that, "in order to be eligible to sign up for Facebook, people must be 13 years of age or older."
According to the proposed guidelines, children under 13 could use Facebook under tight parental supervision. Childrens' accounts would be connected to their parents' and parents would decide whom their child could be friends among other things.
While nothing is yet set in stone, many parents say Facebook isn't a place for a child under 13. What do you think? Should children under 13 be allowed on Facebook? Tell us in the comments.