(CNN) If clamping down the privacy settings on your Facebook page isn't enough to help you sleep at night, take a cue from the youth of America.
Try the "super-logoff."
A Pew Internet report
, released on May 26, found young people are more likely than their older counterparts to alter their Facebook settings and to actively manage their online identities.
From that report:
"Young adults are the most active online reputation managers in several dimensions. When compared with older users, they more often customize what they share and whom they share it with."
This suggests younger people do care about their privacy and reputation online and will take steps -- sometimes big ones, as boyd's blog post shows -- to manage these increasingly important digital identities.Read More