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A new poll from Quinnipiac University shows 70% of Americans believe social media companies like Facebook and Twitter are harming society.

This poll, released earlier this month, came as Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen in her testimony before the Senate, said the company is putting profits before user safety. She is currently on a European tour and just yesterday spoke with British regulators.

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In this digital age, the line between work and recreation has become profoundly blurred. This has made business transactions a more delicate arrangement then they would’ve been even ten years ago. What happens when there isn’t an understanding of whether a request is a favor or a business deal? This was the issue facing Redditor […] More
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The social media influencing medium has grown exponentially over the past decade. What was once looked upon as a joke for ridicule is now a booming billion-dollar industry. (Now who's laughing?) One thing it proves for certain is that literally anyone can be famous, for absolutely nothing.

Although, to be fair, even content has grown and many of these "influencers" have turned small talent into fortune. In this new form of celebrity you can't help but wonder, as with most celebs, who these individuals are when they turn the camera off. If they turn the camera off, even just for a moment.

Redditor u/superfuncity wanted to hear about the people who have the inside track on the social media "stars" of today by asking... IRL friends of social media "influencers": what is it like?
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If there is one person who is winning at social media, it's Chrissy Teigen.

The model, author, and television personality is very active, giving people insight into her life.

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Shirley Temples are the "We're getting crazy tonight!" drink of our youths.

With an overload of sugar and containing several pungent flavors as well as a neon red hue, we knew our night was about to go down with a Shirley Temple.

If only we'd had a service to rate our Shirley Temples back in the day....

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