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Even though teenagers are sharing more information than before, a Pew study finds that "few teens embrace a fully public approach to social media." The study also looks at which social networks teens use the most.
analysis The latest Pew Internet survey provides important insights on who's still not using the Internet...and why.
Pew reaches a new height of revelation -- by offering that only 12 percent of people admit to watching porn. Which means that almost everyone who replies to surveys is surely lying.
Concerns over personal information revealed online are up significantly from 30 percent in 2009, according to a new Pew Internet study.
While 85 percent of US adults have regular access to the Web, 15 percent of people still don't go online.
Bored or annoyed by Facebook? You're not alone. A majority of people surveyed by the Pew Internet and American Life Project said they had taken sabbaticals from the social network at some point, to escape the drama, or the tedium.
One third of people polled by Pew Internet own an e-book reading device, though tablets get the nod over dedicated e-readers.
A full 35 percent of people polled say they've tried to figure out a medical issue by checking it out online, according to a new Pew study.
Pew Internet Project surveys parents to find out what concerns them most about their children being online and using social networks. Advertisers top their list.
Whether they're checking their bank account, downloading an app, or e-mailing, a new study shows that 56 percent of cell phone owners are using their device to access the Internet.