Abstract

This study analyzes privacy styles on Facebook. They involved 373 students ages 13 to 17 who answered a questionnaire about privacy in Facebook. The emerged three patterns of privacy corresponding with a protective style, in which users receive messages from friends, and friends of friends; restrictive style, in which teenagers are open to meet new friends; and exposed style, in which users had personal information and content with access for everyone. As teenagers become the dominant use of Facebook, also acquire greater conscience of privacy

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Chamarro Lusar, Andres;  Bertran Marti, Enric;  Oberst, Ursula;  Torres Rodriguez, Alexandra

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