Social Media Addiction Dangers Exposed [Video]

[VIDEO] FOX News host Tucker Carlson does this report about the real dangers of social media to society and especially to our young. In this interesting report is the salient fact that the developers of Facebook, for instance, knew exactly what they were doing and went ahead anyway. What the world is experiencing is by their specific design to appeal to the human ego. Get it all explained here.

Tucker’s Thoughts: Facebook’s first president, Sean Parker, admits in an interview that he and other Facebook founders knew they were creating something addictive and potential harmful to adolescents. 

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Tucker Carlson said that there is likely evidence that social media executives knew but disregarded possible issues their products could cause, such as addiction and psychological damage.

Former Facebook president and billionaire Sean Parker said in a recent interviewthat social networks have the power now to alter society and not for the better.

“I don’t know if I really understood the consequences of what I was saying, because [of] the unintended consequences of a network when it grows to a billion or 2 billion people and … it literally changes your relationship with society, with each other … It probably interferes with productivity in weird ways,” Parker is quoted as saying. “God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains.”

Carlson noted how Congress called executives from R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris to testify in 1994 about whether they knew about the addictive and carcinogenic side effects of tobacco use.

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