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Social network drama doesn’t stop at 50, study says

It seems that drama doesn’t end — even after 50. According to the security technology company, McAfee, four in five adults, ages 50-75, are active on social networks with 75 percent active on Facebook. Unfortunately, that’s where the drama most often takes place. 15 percent say they’ve experienced something negative on the site, which leads to friend or family feuds. Additionally, baby boomers to too trusting online, exhibiting high-risk online behavior from posting personal information to disregarding password protection. It’s a drama-filled world out there, even when you’re a baby boomer.