Children’s Privacy on Facebook Tightens

Australian children who join Facebook will automatically have tighter privacy settings under a global shift by the social media giant to protect young people.
The change will kick in on Tuesday for Australian children under the age of 16, and teenagers already on the app will be prompted to limit what other people see on their profiles.
That includes their friends list, people and pages they follow, and what posts they’re tagged in.
The shift is part of a suite of measures touted by Facebook’s parent company Meta designed to make the social networking site, along with Instagram, safer for teenagers….

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