Study: British teens less keen on social networks

The number of British teens with profiles on social networks has dropped for the first time—from 55 percent last year to 50 percent now, according to research from the media regulators Ofcom. Why the drop? Here’s an idea. “The older generation has long known that the surest way to kill a youth trend is to adopt it as its own,” according to . “The cyberworld, it seems, is no exception.” Peter Phillips, head of strategy at Ofcom noted: “There is not…

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