Social Networks: The Good, The Bad and The Horrifying
• Social networks: the good, the bad, and the horrifying • Ways in which info tech challenges are not new • Comparing being glued to your smartphone to having your nose buried in a book • Life in a novel isn’t real, but those online or via text are just as real as those around you • Why social network owners are accountable for providing a safe playground • Twitter’s 2014 suspension of accounts promoting ISIS
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