With political developments making trends on social networking sites every now and then, it is imperative to contemplate on whether the reckless tweets and recurring Facebook posts provide accurate information to millions of young people hooked to these websites.
One should think of how such ‘trends’ could often reflect the issues and opinions sensationalized by the mass media instead of portraying the real picture. However, for many, social media could be their only way to stay updated on what is going on in the world.
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