Facebook Identifies 'Insecure' Teens, Raising Privacy Concerns

Facebook shared research with at least one advertiser that outlined how the tech firm can target teens who feel “worthless” or “insecure,” raising privacy concerns about the data it’s gathering on young users. A 23-page document leaked to The Australian states that Facebook can figure out through posts, photos and online activity when teens feel stressed, anxious or other “moments when young people need a confidence boost.”