Facebook is in trouble again, this time with the New York attorney-general warning that the social networking site could face fraud charges as it doesn't live up to its promises that underage vistors are safer than on other sites, and that it responds quickly to concerns. 

Attorney-general Andrew Cuomo last month subpoenaed Facebook when the firm failed to respond to complaints by investigators performing an online sting operation wherein they posed as underage users and were solicited by sexual predators.
The state expects the social networking site to mend its ways and stop misleading people about its safety, also to respond quickly to complaints – or it will press charges of fraud.