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  • Older generations are driving teens off Facebook
  • Older generations are driving teens off Facebook
    Marco W. (2017) ©
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Older generations are driving teens off Facebook

Facebook might have been created in a college dorm, but it’s no longer resonating with young people. As older generations get a better handle of social media, teens are moving towards ephemeral media types, away from older eyes, whom they believe are infiltrating their private lives.

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