Social networking site Facebook said it has formed an advisory board consisting of five internet safety organizations to consult on issues related to online safety, Reuters reports. Facebook plans to meet with board members regularly to review the existing safety resources it provides its users, develop new materials, and seek advice on general safety best practices. The board’s first task will be to oversee an overhaul of safety content in Facebook’s help center. The organizations on the board are Common Sense Media, ConnectSafely, WiredSafety, Childnet International, and the Family Online Safety Institute…

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