Teens are dropping out of the popular online social network Facebook -- and one of the the most common reasons is that too many adults have discovered "their" network.
- A survey of 600 teenagers was performed for an online gaming company called Roiworld.
- Almost 80% said they had a Facebook profile, and 69% were still using it.
- However, among these teenagers, one in three was going on Facebook just to play online games and not to connect with friends.
- One in five no longer is using Facebook because they have lost interest (45%), too many adults and older people are there (14%), their parents have set up profiles (14%), and they are concerned about privacy issues (13%).
The survey indicated that 43% of the teenagers have spent money online, and 75% play online games.
Posted By: Aspen Education Group