Social media use is growing. But so are privacy concerns.
By Jen Calhoun
About seven out of every 10 american adults use some kind of social media, but it doesn’t mean they don’t have worries about it.
A recent Pew Research Center study found that more Americans than ever use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media platforms as part of their daily lives. They keep in touch with friends and family. They participate in civic and political activities. They even use social media for work or to share health and science research. But the study found that as the number of likes and shares grows, so do concerns about privacy.
Read the full article and learn more about this subject in our July/August issue of the ‘North Central Connection’.