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Facebook Has Introduced a Digital Library for Teenagers

including privacy, identification, positive behavior, security,youtube, digital literacy, California, Berkman Klein Client Center team at Harvard University

California: Facebook has set up a free digital library for Teenagers, which has been placed on the Internet with the useful information about Internet Security, Internet privacy, lessons, healthy friendship tips and relationships related useful free videos. According to media reports, in the first phase, 18 lessons are available in English, which will soon be translated into 45 different languages in the world.

But surprisingly, there is no guidance to counterfeit news and rumors, which was influenced by Russian propaganda on Facebook and influenced the US presidential election 2016. Facebook wants to teach teen users with this new facility with the use of the internet. Facebook has said that this library aims to inform about 83 million teenagers and youth around the world with digital literacy, its principles and safety measures.

According to the report, the lessons of the Digital Library for Teenagers have been given guidance on social media’s horrible habit, online misconduct, privacy and online security. Facebook has created this digital library with the Berkman Klein Client Center team at Harvard University. These lessons can be downloaded in schools and homes for reading. According to Facebook, teen boy has been helped with girls and it is divided into five categories, including privacy, identification, positive behavior, security and community-related involvement.

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