Over a decade ago, Krasnova et al. identified the factors that influence Facebook users’ self-disclosure. These factors include perceived risks, relationship building, relationship maintenance, self-presentation, and enjoyment. Meanwhile, during the past 10 years, there have been significant changes in terms of function, media, and competition. SNSs have been functionally enhanced, used in mobile environment, and had many competitors. Based on these facts, it is believed that the influence of the factors on self-disclosure is different from those of Krasnova et al. The purpose of this study is to verify through a replication study whether the factors adopted in the study of Krasnova et al. are still important in explaining self-exposure. The study empirically find the result significantly different from those of Krasnova et al. Based on the result, the study provides meaningful implications and suggestions for future research.