Internet regulations for youngsters should be modified according to the change of social patterns. The underage is claimed to be digital natives while their heavy reliance towards social networking sites was probably beyond imagination in the old days. Generally, they are accustomed to establishing and maintaining social relationships on the internet. Comparing to seniors, youngsters are more likely to disclose their private lives and personal details to netizens (Johnson). According to a survey done by Pew Research Center in 2013, not only was there an upward trend for youngsters t...
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