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Gender, Privacy & Social Media

Gender, Privacy & Social Media (February 2012) 67% 58% Deleted someone from their social network 8% 15% Have posted content they regret 67% | 48% Restrict access to their profiles to friends only 16% 23% Likely to choose partial privacy settings 14% 26% Likely to choose fully public settings on social settings 19% 58% partially private say their main profile is set to private so only friends can see Privacy actions taken in 2011 vs. 2009 in 2009 in 2011 30% 37% 36% 44% 56% 63% Untagged Photos Deleted Unfriended Someone Comments Censored 2% "Some difficulty" 48% 49% "Very difficult" SOURCE: Madden, Mary. (24 February, 2012). Privacy management on social media sites. Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project. Retrieved from y-management-on-social-media.aspx "No Difficulty with difficulty privacy management there's more at media profiles privacy

Gender, Privacy & Social Media

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Pew Research Center’s study on social media privacy management reveals that more social networking site (SNS) users are becoming active in managing their privacy settings and censoring information ...



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