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  • Millennials aren't really digital natives
  • Millennials aren't really digital natives
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Millennials aren't really digital natives

Some claim that digital natives are people born after the original Star Wars trilogy in 1983 - but research has found that adults in Britain aged 15 to 24 are no more likely to participate in a variety of key digital behaviours than their elders.

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