Facebook: the second largest social network on the web, established by foregoing Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg generally focused on high school to college students benefitting market share and more significantly, a subordinate user base launching in February of 2004. Changing the lives of many Americans with the rate of eight million users in the U.S. alone. These days social media definitely plays a role in a teenagers life and dramatically affects their everyday routine. About 80 percent of their valuable time is spent adding new friends, scrolling through their news feeds, sending messages daily to one another,posting statuses and photos. Over the last decades, we have considered what the long term impact of the modernization of social media would be on the person, as well as our culture.
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