Don't Blame Facebook - Real Stories

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In the past several years, one of the prevailing trends is that Facebook is guilty of everything. We have allowed social media to fully enter our lives. And we blame Facebook for the change of dynamics in our life.

The fact of the matter is that Facebook is bigger than ever. And it is true that Facebook has changed the way we live and function on a daily basis. Most of us check Facebook on a daily basis, even more than five to ten times.

But Facebook is not the only social media. There have been other social media that have entered our lives and changed the way we look at things.

While many of us are supports of the idea that Facebook “destroyed” our social lives, there are also some that believe the social media has improved our life. No matter which group you belong to, this documentary will help you understand the impact of social media on our daily tasks.

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