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Old May 23 2013, 07:27 PM   #1
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So are we finally seeing the waning days of Facebook?

Teens leaving Facebook

Facebook is still the social media king, but teens are using Twitter and Instagram at an increasing rate recently because, well, there’s just too much drama and gossip on Facebook.
That sort of goes along with the culture of Facebook. "Sharing" and "connecting". People are going to see what you post and they're going to either comment on it, share it, or both. Which leads to every dog havng his say.

“While Facebook is still deeply integrated in teens’ everyday lives, it is sometimes seen as a utility and an obligation rather than an exciting new platform that teens can claim as their own,” the report says.
Makes sense. How many website and applications are we seeing that need or want you to log in with your Facebook account.

... that their interest in the network is waning and it’s almost a burden to have a presence on Facebook
Makes me think we're starting to see the dawn/return of a generation that actually realizes that keeping shit to themselves and online privacy are good things.
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