Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on the craze of social media. Social networking websites have swept the globe. It is nothing more than a revolution that affected how people behaved in several ways. Social media has advantages, but worries about its negative effects, particularly among young people, are growing.
In the olden days, it was difficult to make friends unless one had a personal interest in getting out and meeting people. Now, we can connect with as many people as we want anywhere in the world and communicate with them for as long as we like, even for free. One of the best benefits of social networking sites, in my opinion, is that we connect with friends on them and share both positive and negative experiences with them.
But there are more drawbacks than advantages, some of which include Cyberbullying, texting, exposure to an illegal content, and privacy violations are just a few of the risks associated with using social media. One in three teenagers in relationships reports receiving up to 30 texts per hour from a partner inquiring about their whereabouts, activities, and companions.
For the time being, it seems as though the youth’s obsession with social networking sites is here to stay. We can lessen the negative impacts of social media on youth with the aid of education, parenting, and governmental advice. Youth around the world, who are most impacted by social media, must ultimately decide what effect it would have on them. The decision is now ours! Thank you.