A growing percentage of people are wising up to the consequences of willy-nilly friending and status update-posting. The Pew Internet and American Life Project, which surveyed 2,277 adults 18 and over, determined that two-thirds of people online are using social networking sites, but these folks are also now more likely to correct for their past friending mistakes. Sixty-seven percent of American women and 58 percent of men who maintain social media profiles delete people from their network, acc
Original source article: VentureBeat