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The European Commission is reminding teenagers to "Think before you post!" on social networking sites as Europe marks Safer Internet Day.
The Commission said 50 percent of European teenagers give out personal information on the web, which can remain online forever and be seen by anybody.
At last year's Safer Internet Day, 20 companies signed the Safer Social Networking Principles, including YouTube and Facebook, but a report from the Commission says more measures need to be put in place to protect children's privacy online.
"If we want children to think before they post, social networking companies should post the right information using the right language. Last year the European Commission urged companies to act, and I am glad that many have heeded this call," said EU Commissioner for Information Society and Media, Viviane Reding.