Facebook's own research show the platform negatively impacts one in eight users, report

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Facebook's own research showed the platform negatively impacts one in eight users: report
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Facebook's own research showed the platform negatively impacts one in eight users: report

The company says it offers a range of tools and controls to help people manage when and how they use Facebook services

Facebook's leaked internal documents have revealed that the company was aware of the fact that about 12.5 per cent of its users (nearly 360 million people) indulged in compulsive usage of the socia...

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