Teenagers are the most vulnerable group on Facebook. Our tips will help keep your teen's profile private and secure.
"Connect with friends and the world around you on Facebook" says the slogan of the social giant. Millions of Facebook users of different ages, nationalities, and genders share their daily life with family members and friends, and interact with brands. Among them there is a large group of teenagers who can be especially vulnerable target for cyber criminals. In this article I will help you make sure that Facebook is a safe place.
Facebook allows teenagers from the age of 13 to set up their own accounts. If you are about to join the social network, don’t hesitate to ask an adult person you trust for help, or simply follow the basic safety and privacy rules described below:
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