What Are the Main Negative of Social Networking?

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What Are the Main Negative of Social Networking?
What Are the Main Negative of Social Networking?

According to ComScore, there are about 55.1% of 1.5 billion people visit website “ Facebook.com “ up to the end of November 2011. Facebook is a kind of Social Networking. Social Networking is an online service, people can share interests, activities, photos, videos… Not only do students use social networking, but many staffs of companies also use social networking to discuss working. Many people use social networking for many different purposes but they don’t know social networking also has many negative effects. There are three main negative effects of social networking that we can see easily, such as: affecting relationships, health or be cheated.

First, social networking can affect relationships negatively. Before the development of social networking, people often went out for many activities, such as: meeting friends, watching movies, joining extracurricular activities… They had time to talk together. However, since the social networking was developed, most people have wasted all day for interacting mainly on social networking sites. They only like chatting on the Internet. Gradually, they don’t like meeting with friends and live in a virtual world. Social networking is not only used to share information, photos but also can be used as a way to vent feeling. For example, a person got mad with another person and social networking sites are the place that they can vent their feeling with harsh words. Gradually, they lose their friend just because they pay too much attention on social networking and don’t care about the real life.

Second, health is also a negative effect of social networking sites. Adolescents waste all day and all night to watch videos, play games or chat on social networking sites. They don’t have time to eat, sleep or go out, so they can get...
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