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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 9 Things You Need To Know About Teens, Technology & Online Privacy 1. Teens' Internet use is becoming increasingly mobile. 95% use the Internet 74% access the Internet on cell phones, tablets, and other mobile devices. 37% own smartphones & half of these are "cell-mostly" Internet users. 58% download apps to cell phone or tablet computer. 2. Teens are diversifying their social media portfolios. 3. Teens are sharing more info. 4. Privacy norms vary by platform. 5. Network size Typical Teen 300 friends Teen w/larger network 601 + friends -frequent user- profiles on a wider range of social media platforms-more likely to be friends with teachers + coaches.- more likely to be friends with people they have not met in person. -less frequent user-profiles on broader range of social media platforms- more likely to be friends with people they have met in person. 6. Managing their "social privacy" online is parmount. 7. Advertisers & other third-parties are Not a main concern. 8. Parents of teens express a wide range of concerns. 9. Teens are turning to peers & parents for advice. 2006 Photo of yourself School name Town where you live Email address cell phone number 79 91 49 71 29 71 53 2 20 Social media profiles: What teens post- 2006 vs 2012 61 2012 94% 26% 11% 7% 7% 5% 2% 3% 1% *% 1% 1% 74% of teen have deleted people from their network. 59% have deleted or edited something they posted. 53% have deleted comments from others on their profile. 45% have removed their names from photos. 31% have deleted or deactivated an entire profile. 19% have posted updates, comments, photos, or videos they later regretted. Only 9% of teens social media users say they are "very" concerned that some information they share on social network sites might be accessed by third partieslike advertisers or businesses without their knowledge. 81% concerned about how much information advertisers can learn. 72% concerned about how their child interacts online with people they do not know. 70% concerned that their child'sonline activitymight affecttheir futureacademic or employment opportunities. 69% concerned about how their child manages theirreputation online. 42% have asked afriend or peer for advice on managingtheir privacy online. 41% have asked aparent 37% have asked a sibling or cousin. 13% have gone to awebsite for advice. 9% have asked a teacher 3 % have goneto some other person or resource. 70% of teen Internet users have sought out adviceon managing their privacy online. Lenhart, A. November 7, 2013. 9 Things You Need To Know About Teens, Technology & Online Privacy. Family Online Institute. Presentation was retrieved on the web on July 14, 2014.
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