Kids younger and younger are being affected by cyber bullying, but parents can take action by monitoring their children's Facebook accounts more closely.
A new survey by Consumer Reports National Research Center said more than five million kids age 10 and under had Facebook accounts last year, even though the minimum age is 13.
They say most parents did nothing to monitor their children's Facebook activities, but say there are a few simple steps parents can take to protect their children online:
It is recommended that Facebook users of all ages use privacy settings. To set them, go into your account's "privacy settings" and indicate "Friends Only."
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