Facebook and Google help launch online safety platform for teens
By staff and wire services reports
September 13th, 2012
Teenagers live online — nearly 58% of teens own smartphones and make up the market’s largest growing sector. However, mobile-crazed teenagers aren’t as unconcerned about online safety as some people think, Mashable reports. Non-profit organization Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) partnered with nine tech companies including Facebook, Microsoft and Google to build A Platform for Good. The newly launched online resource provides teens, parents and teachers the tools to raise awareness about efficient online safety practices.
“At Facebook, nothing is more important than the safety of the people who use our service,” The...
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