Facebook only allows users to view the full profiles of their confirmed "friends." Users can also control their privacy settings
manually, allowing only certain friends to view their pictures or "wall" (where friends can post messages or pictures). The clinic, however, argues that many younger members may either be unaware of these controls, or do not appreciate the sensitivity of posting personal information on the web. Facebook, in response, states:
"We've reviewed the complaint and found it has serious factual errors, most notably its neglect of the fact that almost all Facebook data is willingly shared by users."