If you thought Facebook wanted kids to share everything before, the number one social network now entices teens to share even more (almost certainly embarrassing and possibly damaging) content by letting them share public posts viewable by everyone.
There is no doubt that Facebook makes it super easy to share just about anything about your life at a moment's notice. As a result, most people do, especially young adults. For the most part, Facebook has tried to enact certain restrictions so that teens wouldn't be completely exposed.
Case in point, Facebook users between the ages of 13-17 could only set posts so that "Friends of Friends" could see them. Of age users, could allow anyone to see their posts by setting them to "public," similar to how other social networks like Twitter are set to by default. According to a post in the Facebook Newsroom, 13-17 year olds will now haveRead More »from Does New Facebook Policy Put Teens at Risk Online?