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Facebook kicks off 20,000 underage users a day

Written on March 24, 2011 by R. Depp

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Watch out kids, you might just be kicked out. From Facebook, that is – if you’re under 12.

According to Facebook’s chief privacy adviser, Mozelle Thompson, the social networking site is kicking off around 20,000 underage users per day, as told to Australia’s parliament earlier this week.

Apparently, kids are managing to slip through Facebook’s just-ask-age screening approach, as these kids under 13 can simply enter a false age.

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