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  • Realistic Gen Zers see the harm in social media
  • Realistic Gen Zers see the harm in social media
    Matthew Wilkinson (2013) ©
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Realistic Gen Zers see the harm in social media

As social media infiltrates all aspects of our lives, fatigue was always inevitable; from the uptake of anonymous platforms like Secret to celebrities like Lena Dunham handing the reigns of their accounts over to their staff. Will regular people soon start deserting these digital spaces too?

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