Facebook launches privacy campaign to protect teens

An posting from Naked Security about Facebook launches privacy campaign to protect teens: Facebook, under pressure to educate teenagers on staying safe on the site, has teamed up with 19 US attorneys general to launch a privacy public awareness campaign.

Facebook and the AGs announced the campaign on Monday during a National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG)-sponsored conference devoted to digital privacy, according to CFOWorld.com.

Teaching teenagers about data privacy is going to be an uphill battle.

Facebook has a tough enough row to hoe when it comes to staying relevant with this demographic, given that many youth today find Facebook flat-out boring.


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