Do Social Networking Sites Such as Facebook and Twitter Cause More Harm Than Good

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Do social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter cause more harm than good? As time changes almost everyone around the world spends time using internet instead watching television these days. They seek help from internet, communicate through internet, and play games online and many more. People starting from minor to adult, they all love to be in the very popular social networking sites such as “Facebook” and “Twitter”. Actually, these sites are very helpful to us only if we know how to use it in a proper way like medicine becomes drug if we don’t know how to eat. But, as we all say “Too much of anything is not good” people waste a…show more content…
Another says power company Con Ed would bring to end service to all of Manhattan. It was retweeted about national media. Few have honestly wondered incase people who consciously use social media to advertise fake updates during national disasters should put away. Tripathi 's cover was blasted Tuesday morning back of Internet discovered by Buzzfeed 's Jack Stuef. The @ComfortablySmug Twitter account stayed unsound after the turn until Tripathi texted Tuesday night: “I wish to offer the people of New York a sincere, humble and unconditional apology. While some would use the anonymity and instead feedback of social media as an excuse, I take full responsibility for my actions. I deeply regret any distress or harm they may have caused.” Social networking sites like Facebook has more than 500 million users and more than 200 million users for Twitter. There is fare that most users are the students and this sites have more effects than positives. According to Dunn (2011), most of the students depend upon the convenience of learning material from these sites which means their learning skill deproves. They spend their maximum time in these sites instead of spending with friends and family. This social networking is not

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