Teens Want Privacy, Too
8/26/2013 7:00:00 PM
A recent survey by the Pew
Research Center, “Where Teens
Seek Online Privacy Advice,”
found that many teens ages
12-17 report that they generally
draw on their own wits,
observations, and knowledge to
manage their privacy online and
on social media. At the same
time, the survey found that, at
some point, 70% of teen Internet
users have asked for or sought
out advice on managing their
privacy online. Among teen Internet users:
42% have asked a friend or peer for advice on managing their privacy online
41% have asked a parent
37% have asked a sibling or cousin
13% have gone to a Web site for advice
9% have asked a teacher
3% have gone to some other person or resource
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