The struggle against unauthorized use of Facebook data, at least according to new data from Pew Research Center, is not slipping by that user. That data shows that about 42% of Facebook users surveyed took "weeks or more" vacation from Facebook last year.
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Highlighted in anger, Pew studied American Facebook users over the age of 18. The survey took place from May 29th to June 11th, but since more than one month has elapsed since Zuckerberg testified in Congress since Facebook's Cambridge Analytica relationship was released did.
Four of the survey respondents said that they had taken "weeks off" from Facebook and 4 said they completely removed the Facebook application from the phone.
The use of Facebook has a clear trend among generations. 44% of users aged 18 to 29 replied that they deleted the Facebook application. This is 20% between the ages of 50 and 64, and 12% at the age of 65 and older.
More than half of survey respondents replied "Facebook adjusted privacy settings".
Meanwhile, despite fears that Facebook and other social media companies have conservative sensors, Pew said Republicans are unlikely to leave Facebook,
According to a questionnaire survey, we found that almost the same number of Democratic and Republican shares (including political independents that depend on both political parties) are using Facebook. Republicans can not deny the possibility of taking a holiday from Facebook or removing applications from their phone over the past year than the Democrats.
Last year Facebook faced a number of controversies second from the end of Cambridge Analytica (Cambridge Analytica).