Half of U.S. Teens Trying to Reduce Digital Overload: Pew Research

Endless reports about online privacy and security issues seem to be having an effect on user behavior. Pew Research Center finds that more than half of U.S. teens are trying to cut back usage of social media (57%), video games (58%) and mobile phones (52%). They worry about their parents too: 51% of teens say a parent or caregiver has been distracted by their own phone when trying to converse with them. Plenty more in this vein.