Teens are enjoying Facebook less, but sharing more

A study by the Pew Research Centre has analysed trends, concerns and other information about American teens using social media.

Focus groups revealed that teens had waning enthusiasm for Facebook, complaining about the growing adult presence or the self-angst publicly expressed.

The information found that 91% of teens post photos of themselves, 8% find it too difficult to manage their privacy settings and 33% are “friends” with people they have not met in person.

Read more at Pew Research Centre