Facebook may soon gain a lot more friends. The popular website is considering letting preteens create accounts linked to their parents' accounts. Right now, only people 13 and older are allowed to set up Facebook accounts. People who like the idea note that many young kids already use Facebook anyway. More than 7.5 million kids have lied about their ages to join - often with their parents' help - according to one report. Many parents say it's a safe site for kids to connect with friends. Opponents of the idea argue that kids don't understand the possible dangers of sharing private information online. What do you think?