The portal includes a section on the basic workings of the site -- like how to sign up, add friends and post content -- as well as a listing of common terms and user actions. Though, honestly, it reads more like something a teen would show their tech-phobic relatives because the family decided it'd be cute if Grandma got on Facebook for her last Christmas.
It also includes a section of condescending "parenting tips" like "let your child know that the same rules apply online as apply offline" or "try to be a good role model" and "trust yourself". Normally, this practice is known as "not raising your kids to be obnoxious monsters" but these are the times in which we live and people apparently need to be reminded.
The Expert Advice section, on the other hand, is actually quite helpful. It includes external links to a number of family safety and advocacy groups around the world -- a number of which helped develop the portal's content. Of course, the easiest way to ensure that your kid doesn't have to deal with abuse on Facebook is to simply not let them have a Facebook account. Besides, all the kids are on the Snapchats anyway.
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