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New Bill Would Protect Kids On Facebook

Posted by Sandra On May - 17 - 2011

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Bill would force Facebook to change privacy settings

The Social Networking Privacy Act

A new bill proposed in California could force Facebook and other social networking sites to strip out personal information for children at a parent’s request. The bill known as the Social Networking Privacy Act would require Facebook and others to carefully police which pieces of information on individuals under age 18 are accessible to the public.



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  1. Carlie Says:

    It’s great to see that action is being taken to protect kids on Facebook and monitor Facebook. As a mother, I rest a little easy knowing this is moving in the right direction for my child.

    Posted on May 31st, 2011 at 10:51 am

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