ABC News, April 19, 2011
"An internet advocacy group has welcomed increased security measures announced by social networking site Facebook to help keep children safe from online bullying.
Young users will be able to request two passwords to make it harder to sign in to their account and have their session encrypted so their movements on the site cannot be intercepted.
Facebook also expanded its social reporting tools, allowing young users to notify a trusted adult if they are being bullied on the website and developed a free guide for teachers on social media safety." Read More