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| 7:25 am on Oct 17, 2013 (gmt 0)|
|Facebook: Teens can now post publicly, but posts are friends-only by default |
Facebook relaxed its privacy policies for teenagers on its network Wednesday, allowing underage users to share more information with the general public.
Facebook had previously prevented users between ages 13 and 17 from sharing information outside their extended network — their friends or friends of friends. That restriction is now being lifted.
...pimping out teen UGC and selling teen marketing data to greedy corporations. Mark Zuckerberg's lack of ethics is never surprising.
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