Are you Locked Out?

A recent survey by AARP/Microsoft found that more than half of people ages 13 to 25 would like their families to communicate even more on social networking sites than they already do.However many family members are learning to close virtual doors for a little online privacy.One-third of the social networkers restrict access  to their pages by other family members,either partially or completely.The most frequent reason for blocking content”I like to keep my family life and my social life separate”.Younger respondents  are much more worried than older ones(30 percent compared with 4 percent) that their family’s post will embarrass them.

 

 

Published in AARP Magazine

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