Instagram is finally trying to stop underage users from using its app. Well, kind of.
Beginning today, it's requiring new users to provide their birth date in order to verify that they are at least 13 years old, the minimum age allowed on the service.
Instagram is not, however, requiring existing users to provide their birthday, meaning any underage users already on the app shouldn't have any issues sticking around. That's in contrast to Facebook and many other social networks, which have made...
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