Discarded Toy? Facebook

As any parent knows, your children will play with a few toys at first, then when a new toy arrives or as time goes by, the toy is forgotten. This happened often with our first child. Worse, the new fancy toy (e.g. electric piano) would be set aside for a simpler one (e.g. pots and pans). After awhile, we learned to stop buying toys and take more of a wait-n-see attitude with our second child.

Consider the facts:
51% of U.S. teens ages 13 to 17 say they use Facebook, notably lower than the shares who use YouTube, Instagram or Snapchat pewrsr.ch/2kCW352
An entire industry or two or three have built up chasing selling to children, or now, selling our children's data. What's the solution?

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