Debate Continues Over Social Media Addiction

One psychologist says that "Likes" and comments activate the same reward system in the brain as cocaine use.

As medical professionals and researchers continue to debate whether there is a clinical definition for social media or internet addiction, some experts say that swiping, "liking" and commenting can be just as addictive as cocaine and opioids.

Dr. Tara Emrani, a psychologist at New York University Langone Health, told Fox News that social media interactions can release dopamine in the brain, activating the same reward system as addictive drugs.

Use Facebook's Tool to See if You Followed Russian Propaganda

It's easy to just blindly like and follow things on Facebook. You might not be fooled by accounts that appear spammy and/or fake, but there are plenty of people who have a more cavalier attitude about engaging with different entities on Facebook. And if you have a few friends or loved ones like that, it might be worth sending them a link to Facebook's just-launched tool for checking whether a user has liked or followed a page linked to Russian propaganda.

Yes, Russian propaganda.

Taylor Swift Launches Her Very Own Social Network

You can follow Taylor on the app and see what she's up to and even gain access to a SwiftSend where your posts can get her DIRECT attention!

How Facebook Dominated the Social Network World

Previously I've published my summary notes of the wonderful book, "Modern Monopolies - What It Takes to Dominate the 21st Century Economy ," written by Alex Moazed and Nicholas Johnson. One of the examples from the book is how Facebook dominated the social network world and what it took to build a great platform company.


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