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Facebook negative impact on teenagers, students and children

Facebook negative impact on teenagers, students and children. Facebook negative impact is increasingly felt, even though the Facebookers many are not aware of the influence of negati facebook.
Perhaps because the name is already addicted to facebook. But it is precisely this that is d
angerous, which is not realized.
Okay, for you the youth and students as well as children, you must know what the negative impact of this facebook. Because of facebook users is dominated by the 14-24 year olds as much as 61.1%.

1. No matter with the surrounding

People who are addicted to facebook too preoccupied with his own world (the world which he created) that does not care about other people and the environment around it. Someone who has been addicted to facebook often experience this. No matter with their surroundings, their world turned into a world of facebook. Some say autism.

2. Lack of socialization with the environment

This impact of too frequent and too old to play facebook. It's quite alarming for the development of the social life of the child. They are supposed to learn socialization with the environment even more to spend more time in cyberspace with friends who average facebooknya discuss something that is not important. As a result the child's verbal abilities declined. Of course autism is here not in the literal sense.
3. Wasting money
Internet access to open facebook obviously affect the financial condition (especially if access from the cafe). And the cost of the Internet in Indonesia is likely to still expensive when compared to other countries (and even many free ones). This could be categorized as waste, because it is not productive. Another matter if they use it for business purposes.

4. Distemper

Too much sitting in front of the monitor without doing any activity, sport has never really pose a risk to health. Disease will be easy to come. Late irregular eating and sleeping. Obesity (overweight), stomach diseases (gastrointestinal), and eye disease are health problems most likely to occur.

5. Reduced learning time

It is obvious, too old to play facebook will reduce the allotted time to study the child as a learner. There are even some who are still busy playing facebook while at school.

6. Lack of attention to family

The family home is number one. The slogan is no longer valid for the Facebookers. Make their friends on facebook is number one. Not infrequently their attention to the family to be reduced.

7. The spread of personal data

Some Facebookers provide data about the data itself with great detail. Usually this is for people who know the Internet was limited to only facebook. They do not know the risk is to spread personal data on the internet. Remember the data is easy once the data on the internet is leaking, let alone facebook easily hacked!

8. Easily find something pornography

It was easy for the Facebookers find something that smells of porn. Because the two things are the most widely searched on the internet and also the easiest to find. nah, it's a fact not adult intenet users of Indonesia. Just use the Internet to search for content "slimy". On facebook would be very easy to find the group ***, group lonely aunt, etc bispak girl group.

9. Prone to the dispute

The lack of control of managers facebook against its members and immaturity facebook users themselves create friction between Facebookers often occur. The most phenomenal example is the case "Evan Brimob" some time ago. Evan Brimob is a new member of the police who know facebook. Please search on google about Evan Brimob wrote with a statement that the controversy: "The police do not need society".

10. Beware of scams ..!

Like other media media, facebook also vulnerable to fraud. Especially for children who do not understand the ins and outs of the internet. For the fraudster themselves, the virtual world conditions that completely anonymous obviously very profitable.

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