Parents, listen up. If you have questions or concerns about keeping your teens safe on Facebook, the site has unveiled new resources just for you, and you don't have to be a tech whiz to use them.
It's been a big question for Facebook. Among 600 million users how do you keep the youngest safe? Joe Sullivan, Facebook Chief Privacy Officer, says, "We have talked to parents about some of the key issues that they have, like should I be friends with my kid on Facebook? Should I require their password? How should talk to them about Facebook?"
So Tuesday the site rolled out a revamped family safety center, where parents can visit for tools and tips on safety and privacy, even if they don't have a profile of their own.
There's also a special section aimed at teachers, and Facebook says a downloadable guide to Facebook in the classroom is on the way as well.