Last week, Facebook made it possible for the first time for teens to make their posts completely public. It was seen as a ploy by Facebook to get more engagement among a younger audience, but there were several concerns about privacy.
Turns out, privacy is even less of a concern for teens than you think, at least according to this infographic from research firm Next Advisor.
91% of the content being shared by teens is pictures of themselves, with only 60% making their profiles completely private.
Also Facebook use may have decreased among teens, it’s still the second most used social media site. Plus, it owns Instagram, which had the largest growth in teen usage over the past year.
Here’s the infographic: