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Facebook through the medium of internet is spoiling the morale of todays youth. My answer to this is an emphatic no. While today, we are debating the influence of facebook on the young generation, these statistics cleary show that there is no debating the popularity of facebook. It was founded in 2004 by Mark Zuckemberg with his college roommates and fellow Harvard University students and initially its membership was limited to Harvard. Since its inception in 2004 it has grown at an incredible rate and is easily the most used social networking site there is. Today it is an intrinsic part of our lives. All of us are on facebook. Why – For one it helps us connect better to people around us. Suppose there are 200 people I want to stay in touch with, I want to find out what is happening in their lives and tell them what happening in mine…what do I do? I log into facebook. You have lost touch with old school friends and you don’t know where to find them…what do you do? Well you log into facebook. You are happy and you want to share your happiness with the world or you are sad and you need some advise on how to handle the situation. Well you log into facebook. You want to find like minded people who share same interest or hobbies, you want to share photographs, you wan yes all you have to do is log into facebook. There is more, it has fan pages, groups events, games, emailing and a dozen other applications and uses. In a nutshell, Facebook is a full package of communication, education, entertainment and addiction. Does it mean it does not have a flip side to facebook. No, there are always 2 sides to a coin. There are no roses without thorns. It does come with its own set of disadvantages. But these disadvantages are a result of improper usage. Some say facebook is spoiling the morale of young generation. When youngsters log into facebook they get access to the photos and videos that are uploaded. Some of them may be provocative; some may show...
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