Has the novelty of poking, status updates and photo tagging worn off for teens and their notoriously short attention spans?
Mashable reports that a survey conducted by online gaming site Roiworld found that teenagers are showing signs of “Facebook Fatigue.”
Teens still spend an impressive 80 percent of their internet time on social networking sites, but 19 percent of those with a Facebook account report no longer visiting the site or using it less.
Amongst those unfriending Facebook, 45 percent have lost interest, 16 percent are leaving because their parents joined, 14 percent say the site has “too many adults/older people,” and 13 percent expressed concerns about privacy.
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