Facebook is doing its bit to help curb cyber-bullying and other unwanted issues on its social network as the popular social networking site has just launched an updated version of its Safety Center, providing some resources for parents, educators, teens, and members of the law enforcement community. In its latest iteration, the site now provides Q&A on general safety guidelines, sections focused on teens and even parents. The law enforcement section is also available to provide guidelines for reporting sex offenders or terrorist activities. Last but not least, the educators section also aims to provide some additional resources for both students and teachers. If you’re worried about your privacy and security, it’s probably a good idea to take a peek at the latest guidelines.
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