There’s been a big shift in social media.
Facebook has relaxed its privacy rules for teenagers, allowing users age 13 to 17 to post publicly.
Until now, teens could only share pictures or comments with friends.
Does this mean parents who police their child’s social media accounts will have to step up their game?
Mike Merrill from ReachLocal stopped by our Victory Park studios to talk with News 8’s Jason Wheeler about what the change means.