POTOMAC, Md. - Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler wants to raise awareness about Internet privacy concerns.
Gansler has scheduled a community forum at Winston Churchill High School in Potomac on Tuesday evening.
The attorney general will discuss how parents and students can be more vigilant when using social networking sites like Facebook.
A Facebook representative also is scheduled to attend to give a brief presentation on how people can use privacy features.
That will be followed by a chance for people to ask questions about broader Internet privacy issues.
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