Google has posted a new video showing how to safely manage Buzz social networking accounts.
The company said that the Buzz Teen Safety Tips video is aimed particularly at teenagers, and has been posted through the Safety Channel, a Google YouTube feed dedicated to helping younger users stay safe online.
The video provides a number of tips on how to manage personal information, and control who is able to view Buzz account details.
"We created Google Buzz to make it easy for everyone, including teenagers, to start conversations about the things you find interesting," wrote Google public policy manager Scott Rubin in a blog post announcing the video.
"A lot of people have been using Buzz since it launched, but some folks may still have questions about how sharing and other parts of Buzz work."
The company also said that all of its services, including Buzz, require users to be at least 13 years of age before registering.
The video follows widespread complaints about the privacy options in Buzz. Google has been working with users to help address concerns about the service, such as the auto-follow functions or connections to Gmail.
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