Research Shows Teens Are Embracing Social Sharing Faster Than You Think

Fast Company | May 21, 2013

By Kit Eaton

New survey results from Pew Research show teenagers have dramatically embraced social media over the last seven years, shifting their attitudes about online privacy and how they share personal information.

In 2006, just 79% of respondents said they posted a photo of themselves to social media, but 91% said so in the new survey. Seventy-one percent now post the city or town where they live, up from 61%.

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