Jun 292013
 
 June 29, 2013  Business, Court, Online, Youth & Schools

Dan Levine reports:

Child rights advocates tried to convince a U.S. judge on Friday that a Facebook (FB.O) legal settlement did not go far enough to keep content created by minors out of the hands of advertisers.

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At a hearing on Friday, Children’s Advocacy Institute attorney Robert Fellmeth told Seeborg that no minors should have their content shared with advertisers. Seeborg did not say how he would rule, but said his role is only to say if the settlement is fair.

“My function here is not to craft the perfect policy for minors,” Seeborg said.

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