ial Effect of Social Networking on Youth First Author#1, Second Author*2, Third Author#3 #First-Third Department, First-Third University Address Including Country Name Abstract— Social networking has emerged out as another wonder of technology for a social animal like man, transforming the conventional ways of communications and boosting up the information transfer to an unimaginable extent. But at same instant, the technology has actively participated in affecting the youth and transforming
Online networking 'harms health' There are concerns that social networking keeps people apart | People's health could be harmed by social networking sites because they reduce levels of face-to-face contact, an expert claims. Dr Aric Sigman says websites such as Facebook set out to enrich social lives, but end up keeping people apart. Dr Sigman makes his warning in Biologist, the journal of the Institute of Biology. A lack of "real" social networking, involving personal interaction, may have biological
technology faster and cheaper have thrust computing and telecommunications into the hands of billions in ways that are both empowering the poor and poisoning the planet. Social media barely warranted a mention a decade ago, but today, Facebook’s user base is larger than any nation, save for China and India. Firms are harnessing social media for new product ideas and for millions in sales. But with promise comes peril. When mobile phones are cameras just a short hop from YouTube, Flickr, and Twitter
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