Photos weren’t the only thing getting airtime on teen and young adults’ social pages. Half were perfectly fine with revealing personal information about what they were doing or regarding school or work. Some good news: Respondents were much less likely to post angry messages to people (10%), and ranting, too, wasn’t all that common.
eMarketer estimates that 97.0% of 12- to 17-year-olds and 94.6% of 18- to 24-year-olds in the US will use the internet this year, with respective social media penetration rates among these groups coming in at 86.5% and 94.0%. While there’s little doubt many will continue to share information online, Camp Mobile’s results indicate that those in this group may keep a closer eye on how many details they reveal to the world. Read the rest at eMarketer.