Three in ten Facebook-using teens have checked their Facebook privacy settings in the last seven days.
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59% of teens have deleted or edited something that they posted in the past.
Older teens are more likely than younger ones to have created broader friend networks on Facebook.
Older teens (those 14-17), are more likely to share certain types of information online than younger teens, ages 12-13.
Teen girls who are social media users are much more likely than boys to maintain an account on Twitter (31% vs. 21%).
Some 94% of teen social media users say they have a Facebook profile, and 81% say that Facebook is the profile they use most often.
Among teen girls who are social media users, 48% say they visit social networking sites several times per day, compared with 36% of teen boys.
82% of online teens say they are either users of social networking sites like Facebook or users of Twitter.
Teenagers’ use of Twitter now outpaces that of adults; just 16% of online adults are Twitter users, up slightly from the 12% who were using Twitter in 2011.
91% of teens post a photo of themselves on their social media profiles, up from 79% in 2006.