1 of 4 The social media world has changed.
Nowadays, many people are sharing content with each other, without the need to seek out or ask permission.
But what about the content they share with people that they wouldnnt otherwise have?
It’s a question that’s being asked more frequently in the news.
New research published by research firm Zagato suggests that the majority of social media users don’t follow the rules of what’s allowed.
The researchers found that, when it comes to sharing content that would otherwise be deleted, more than half of all users have failed to follow the guidelines.
But, if you want to be a good social media user, you can be as transparent as possible about your content’s status, the researchers wrote.
What the research showed The research is based on a survey conducted between May 20 and June 20.
More than 50,000 people in the US were asked questions about how they use social media, and they were given the option to either agree or disagree with the following statement: “I have never shared my content publicly, or even shared it in a private way with anyone.”
A small proportion of the respondents did disagree with this statement, but, when asked why, half of them said they felt like they had a duty to uphold their content.
They also reported that they had failed to do so because they were too busy, because they couldn’t afford to, or because they didn’t know the rules.
They weren’t necessarily sharing the content in a way that would make others aware of it.
Some of the people that didn’t follow these rules also reported having a number of reasons for not following them.
For example, one respondent reported that “I feel like I have a duty not to violate copyright laws, so I wouldn’t share this content in the first place.”
Another respondent reported, “I think I’m too old to care about copyright and social media.
I just want to get on with my life without seeing any of this crap.”
The most common reasons for failing to follow guidelines include: not being able to pay for a high-quality domain name to share your content