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Canadians responded in a big way when it comes to Bell's Let's Talk Day, they sent out more than 96 million, texts, tweets and Facebook statuses. As Bell promises to donate five cents for each of these communications, the company has announced that on Wednesday it will be donating more than $4.8 million for Canadian mental health programs. Bell first launched Let's Talk initiative in September 2010 with a goal of raising $50 million over five years. Today, the company is now committed in investing $62,043,289.30 in Canadian mental health.
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Basically , this article is saying that Teens have zero privacy when they're posting on facebook. I disagree because the privacy settings allows you to change to thatg nobody but you and your friends can see it. The author of this article must not know about how to change the privacy settings. As soon as you sign up for your account it doesn't allow anybody you don't have as a friend to see what you post. You have to do that yourself if you want to make your profile public to the world.
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