Earlier this year, a group of gen y panelists shared their thoughts about online privacy. The six panelists explained how they now modify their online behaviour as
“We live in public.”
Darius was keenly aware that everything he shares on Twitter or other social media platforms is “out there,” which has made him extremely conscious about what he posts. “I would expect people to be more conscious,” he said.
“I have to filter myself,” Jordan said, explaining that she was concerned that some photos or check-ins she was tagged in on Facebook would send the wrong message to employers and colleagues.
Tess was shocked to find out that she curses more than 90 percent of other people on the social network, and the information has changed her behavior.
It’s great to see young adults in charge of their social media accounts, taking into account the fact that they will be judged by what they post.
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