In the first place, social media have changed our very notion of privacy.

Participants seem to care little
when it comes to sharing personal information about oneself, about one’s friends or networks in digital
environments. Often it is difficult for the user to distinguish between what is public and what is private.
There are various information shared through social media whether beneficial or the one that can bring
negative impact. In order to prevent social uphe

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