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    Facebook For RealPhoto by christoph_aigner

    9. Getting Caught in Lies

    Before Facebook, it was often easy to tell white lies with little fear of getting caught. However, Facebook makes it much more difficult to cover one’s tracks. For instance, a college student might turn down a date by claiming he has to stay in to study, but later a picture of him at a party surfaces on Facebook. No matter how careful a person is about what he posts, that won’t necessarily stop someone else from tagging him in a picture or status, and that can lead to problems if it contradicts previously stated information.

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    3 comments
    1. Yip

      17 June, 2015 at 4:44 pm

      It would not too wrong to say that the Internet has destroyed young lives. I have a number of relatives who did poorly in their studies, because they are so focused on Youtube, Facebook, They can hardly concentrate 15 -20 minutes on a Maths book and they flit to the Internet-movies, Youtube, celebrity gossip. If parents don’t control and guide from young, they are gone, lives wasted.

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    2. leirs

      5 May, 2015 at 4:03 pm

      In this new society that we’ve all agreed to be a part of, your Facebook
      page is an extension of yourself. For this reason, it’s not a good idea
      to post anything there that you wouldn’t normally say it will really get you into trouble.

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    3. Azuraz Dandaridae

      22 July, 2014 at 4:57 pm

      Quote from # 4:

      “Another source of mental anguish is the steady parade of news stories
      describing tragic events both locally and globally. Such extended
      exposure to unpleasant occurrences can have a detrimental effect on the
      well-being of the average Facebook user.”

      So they are saying that the news from any news source, including CNN, is not good to listen to. Most of what I see on CNN online is bad news.

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