Teens Turn to Friends for Advice on Settings Management
ONLINE PRIVACY—U.S.August 16, 2013
A new report from the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University indicates that while teens generally figure out how to manage their online privacy themselves, 70 percent report they have sought advice from someone else. The people they turn to are generally friends, parents or other close family members. The report is based on a survey that polled 802 parents and their children ages 12 to 17 as well as focus group interviews with 156 participants.