This post first appeared on Forbes.com. Until now, when new Facebook users sent out their first post, the default setting was public, which means that anyone could see it.
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This post first appeared on Forbes.com Google is launching Classroom, a new offering in its Google Apps for Education to provide students and teachers with a central place
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