Teenagers are tired of sharing every aspect of their lives online and are taking steps to ensure their privacy on social media, report reveals

  • Young people are un-tagging pictures, writing false posts to ensure privacy
  • Code known as ‘vague-booking’ is used to prompts messages from friends
  • Some youngsters are adopting parallel identities for things like gaming
  • Report says teenagers are increasingly concerned with what strangers see
  • Contradicts Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s claim in 2010 that people have become more comfortable with posting private information online