A European Commission (EC) study of 14 social networks includes in its findings that just two "have default settings to make minors' profiles accessible only to their approved list of contacts," The Wall Street Journal reports. The study comes as the EC continues exploring Internet regulation, the report notes. Commissioner Neelie Kroes reacted by saying she is "disappointed" in the results, urging social networks "to make a clear commitment to remedy this in a revised version of the self-regulatory framework we are currently discussing." A spokesman said the EC will be "sitting down with them over the coming months, and we want them to do more." (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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