Teens and Facebook--it can be a dangerous combination, and now the social media giant is making some privacy changes, that could expose younger users even more.
Users aged 13 to 17 will now be able to post items that can be seen by the public.
The move reverses the company's long-standing policy preventing teens from sharing photos and comments beyond friends of friends.
Facebook says the change will allow teens reach a larger audience.
Critics say it could lead to trouble for some minors.
What are your thoughts--do you think the change is giving teens too much online freedom? Or is it no big deal?
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