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Facebook makes teens’ accounts more private by default

By default, Facebook will enable more private settings for anyone under the age of 16 who signs up for the platform the company announced on Monday. As for teens who already have an account, Facebook will display a prompt encouraging them to use these settings, as well as a toggle that turns them on with one tap.

What Facebook’s billing as “more private” settings restricts an account’s details so that only a teen’s friends can see the posts they’re tagged in, their friends list, and the pages, people, and lists they follow. They also require users to view the posts they are tagged in and only friends can comment on their public posts.

An image showing Facebook's mobile privacy settings

Facebook will display a toggle that will allow young users to enable all suggested settings with one tap.
Image: Facebook

Facebook is also trying to do more to protect teens from predatory adults. It is testing a way to prevent teens from messaging adults on the platform that have recently been blocked or reported by a young person. Facebook also won’t feature these “suspicious” adults in teens’ People You May Know recommendations and will begin asking teens to report the accounts they block as well. Meanwhile, the company is testing Instagram by completely removing the message button on teen accounts when viewed by a suspicious adult.

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