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Facebook waning, social media may have plateaued among teens, Pew study says

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(Read caption) New data released by the Pew Research Center throws the curtains open on teenage social media habits: What do they share? Who do they friend? How often do they login?

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Contrary to how they’re typically represented in the news media, “few teens embrace a fully public approach to social media,” Pew Internet reports in a major new study, “Teens, Social Media and Privacy.” Yes, they share more about themselves than we did as teens, but “they take an array of steps to restrict and prune their profiles.”


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