Facebook Eases Privacy Settings for Teens

13 to 17-year-old users will now be able to share information with the general public.
0:30 | 10/17/13

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It's a new privacy changes -- FaceBook are giving -- attention of many parents the site. Is now allowing teenagers to share status updates with anyone until now. Users under eighteen could share posts and photos only with their friends or friends. Of their friends for more you actually can log on there and find out what it's all about. -- flies in the face of what I thought were more recent. Comments and statements coming from the company that they were going to be more sensitive to parental issues and to safety and security for young people.

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