According to a recent Pew Research report, social network users are taking the time to manage the privacy and friend lists of their accounts. The report found that, among all social networking users, it is the women and younger users who are indulging in better account management. And the phenomenon doesn’t seem to be based on the number of friends one has; sixty-three percent of users deleted friends from their lists in 2011. The report results were based on the feedback from over 2,000 adults who participated in a survey over a two month time period. Interestingly, women were more likely than men to delete friends and keep their profile privacy at the highest level. Regrettable postings affected fifteen percent of men and eight percent of women. While the results of the survey are interesting, some say that they are one-dimensional, and did not take into account the social media network’s business practices.