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4 Ways The Internet Has Hurt Us And What We Can Do About It

Image Credit It's extremely difficult to determine if the internet is a blessing or a curse. Although there are a lot of advantages of having constant access to the internet, the ills following the internet are still a cause of great concern. When you hear about the causes and effects of internet addiction, it forces you to rethink the core purpose of the internet and if it is still being followed.
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