Oct 172013
 October 17, 2013  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Online, Youth & Schools

Vindu Goel reports:

Facebook has loosened its privacy rules for teenagers as a debate swirls over online threats to children from bullies and sexual predators.

The move, announced on Wednesday, allows teenagers to post status updates, videos and images that can be seen by anyone, not just their friends or people who know their friends.

Read more on New York Times.

Right, because letting teens increase their digital footprints that can come back to bite them is such a great marketing strategy. Gah….

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