It looks strange but on December 15, 2017, a post went up on Facebook’s corporate blog, suggested that Facebook might, in fact, be bad for you.
After that post of Facebook a new wave of discussion run on social media regarding the side effects of social media, as this can adversely having negative impact on society as it impressions or very quick and at this platform the “Hate Speech” is widely spread by information spread so quickly that a media campaign on social is enough to change the mind of people.
This post is asking a question to the users that, what the solutions are given by social network and it also having “Hard Questions.”
What solution can the social network provide? The same answer it gives to every question: namely, more Facebook. “How We Counter Terrorism,” is a hot debate and topics also include “Hate Speech,” and the latest one, “Is Spending Time on Social Media Bad for Us?”
According to wide range of researchers at Facebook, the mental health of people is effecting with the increase in use of social media, it is also having negative effects on relationships. Acutually when people used to spent their time passively on Facebook hitting the button “Like” but not actually interacting with the people creates bad emotions on human as it is worse afterwards, and it comes in the downside of social media.
“A study we conducted with Robert Kraut at Carnegie Mellon University found that people who sent or received more messages, comments and Timeline posts reported improvements in social support, depression and loneliness,” they cheerily note.
The “passively consuming” social media is not the solution to this problem is not, using Facebook less. It is in using it more, and with more participation and actively instead of just liking the post.