Teens now have free reign on Facebook.
The social media giant is lifting restrictions on its youngest users — from 13 to 17 — allowing them to share posts with anyone on the internet.
In a statement, Facebook says “teens are among the savviest people using of social media, and whether it comes to civic engagement, activism, or their thoughts on a new movie, they want to be heard.”
The change isn’t automatic.
Kids will have to switch their privacy settings to make their posts public.
Before you start bashing Facebook, it will warn teens about the potential risks of making their posts public.
Do you trust kids to police their online posts?
How do you monitor your kids?