Teenagers are becoming conscious of posting what they do or say on the internet.

The New York Times reports that young adults who used to chronicle everything about their daily activities on Facebook and other social networks have started getting conscious about their privacy. In fact, several surveys suggest that they are more likely to monitor the privacy settings of their social media accounts.

The Times explains:

In a new study to be released this month, the Pew Internet Project has found that people in their 20s exert more control over their digital reputations than older adults, more vigorously deleting unwanted posts and limiting information about themselves.

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