2013/10/31



Background

- Facebook now allows teenagers (ages 13 - 17) to share their posts with anyone on the web.

- But those from the age group had been limited to sharing information and photos only with their friends or friends of those friends.

Problems

- Before the new policy, teenagers may not spend too much time in Facebook (because of restrictive) and they may spend more time on another services such as Snapchat.

- After the new policy, teenagers may not have a good sense about what they post will have more people can see.  

Solutions

- Facebook revised its privacy rules to make its service more enjoyable for teens and to provide them with a megaphone when they believe they have an important point to make or a cause to support.

- Protective measure: Facebook will warn minors they are exposing themselves to a broader audience.

Purpose

- The relaxed standards may spur teens to spend more time on Facebook instead of other services.

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