How Amazon’s All-You-Can-Scroll Kindle Content Is Bad For Kids

Amazon has enabled something that on the surface sounds great for kids: A child-centered service that runs alongside a family’s Kindle Prime membership and gives kids aged 3 to 8 unlimited access to Prime content on a Kindle Fire tablet. (Prime costs $79 a year, and the new kid’s FreeTime Unlimited package is an extra $3 a month per child).

But even in this enlightened digital age there’s a clear question whether unlimited content is more than kids can handle. Let’s discuss.

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