Social Media, although many may think it is harmless, had many underlying disadvantages. It has come to a point where social medias are everywhere we go, giving us no chance to get a break from it. Also, when you put something on a social media website, it is viewable to many others, even people you don’t know. Finally, social medias were made to give people a chance to express themselves but some people use this as a way to become someone there not and even hurt others. What used to be a small part of our lives has become something huge that’s starting to take over our society.
Many of us as become obsessed with checking up on our social circles at all times of the day. Not only do we check it during the day when were bored but we have an urge to check it before we go to bed and as soon as we wake up during the morning. Statistics state that 48% of people under 25 years old check their Facebook, Twitter, or any other during the night or as soon as they wake up. Although it may not seem like such a big deal it has become a burden to us. It is now depriving us from healthy sleeping patterns because we sit in our beds all night long obsessing over new status updates. While doing homework on the computer, the screen in the background is always a social media. Instead of spending 20 minutes to do a short assignment, it takes us a lot longer. Social Medias has become a huge distraction in our daily lives.
What most people fail to realize is that when you put something on a social media, you are allow many others the chance to access your information. Something as simple as putting your full name or where you live could be very useful to a hacker or internet stalker. The misconception that most of us are guilty of is using your social media page as a form of a diary. You write what you did throughout your day, where you went, who you were with, leaving out no details. It may seem fun but it can be very damaging to us in the end. Whenever something happened...
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