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Facebook Shouldn’t Wall Off Minors

June 24, 2011 No Comments

Kids need to be clear that logging on to services like Facebook is like walking into a public place — you can find people you know, you can see others you don’t know, and there are many whom you do not want to know. This is a basic and important lesson to learn. Regulators should focus their energy on how to make sure that kids whose parents aren’t doing their jobs can still get educated about online safety.

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