Facebook deletes line about teens from privacy policy

Facebook modified its privacy policy last week to clarify that it can use member posts in ads unless users set limits and to remove a line about permissions for minors that had stirred up controversy. Chief Privacy Officer Erin Egan said the language on minors was seen as confusing, while privacy groups had said it would allow the social site to expand marketing to teen users.

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