Google Buzz video aims to educate teens about security

Google Buzz video aims to educate teens about security
With the aftermath surrounding privacy issues that came along with the launch of Google Buzz, there now seems to be a video that clearly aims itself to educate teenagers that intend to use the service. Before the video gets into some of the do's and don'ts, they specifically state that users must be 13 years of age or older to use the service – much like any of the other services offered by Google. The video essentially teachers teenagers about privacy concerns that may arise when using Google Buzz – they go into how you can turn it off and to know who is following you. Although it mainly concerns the privacy issues, it would've been nice for the video to go into other aspects such as being aware about any potential strangers that may contact you through the service. One thing that the video clearly states is to watch out what you post on Buzz – because you'll never know what kind of consequences might occur.

via Ubergizmo


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