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But focus group interviews suggest that teens’ relationship with Facebook is complicated and may be evolving.
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Their dislikes start with oversharing by friends and people posting one’s personal information (such as photos) without first asking permission are among the most common.
Parents are especially protective of images of their children, as 57% of Facebook users with children under the age of 18 say that people posting pictures of their children without asking permission first is something they strongly dislike about using Facebook.
On the other hand, the “fear of missing out” phenomenon resonates with only a small proportion of the Facebook population.