Smartphone impacting the children concentration

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In today’s world, having a social presence is a requirement. People are constantly devoting time on social media platforms for pleasure in this digital age. Teenagers and children alike have also drawn to the new social networking programme. We can easily find minors accounts on social media sites, and they are also functioning as influencers, despite having strict age guidelines. According to a recent Forbes India survey, 42.9 percent of youngsters between the ages of 8 and 13 have access to social media. Instagram has 45.5 percent of children aged 8 to 18, Facebook has 36.8%, WhatsApp has 09.1 percent, Twitter has 2.4 percent, and Snapchat has 2.2 percent of children aged 8 to 18.
The real age restriction for establishing a social media presence is 13 years or older. However, it was observed that 37.8% of ten-year-old children had a Facebook account and 24.3 percent of ten-year-old children have…

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