Facebook also lets you to make groups, have applications and have as many friends as you want - this assists you with getting in touch with people who like what you like, play games online, and make additional friends. One thing it lacks in is security from pedophiles. There is no 'report button' to report users, even if they are irritating you. It also has a social bookmarking websites, allowing you to keep your favorite websites in one place, as well as all your friends. Another wonderful idea only integrated by Facebook is the friend finder. It permits you to find friends in an instant, allowing you to connect to friends.
No matter what social networks they use, teenagers are exposed to the same dangers. Remember that social networks are never related to the actual reality. Instead, they allow you to see what others want you to see. Unfortunately, what you see is usually far from the reality. This is one of the main minuses of online interactions. Plenty of people hide their actual identities behind some screens. At some point, the actual communication goes in the wrong direction. The same rule applies to the actual relationship. Whether you make a new friend or you talk to someone you have not seen in a while, chances are you will be introduced to a completely different person.
This concept also applies to shifting social behaviors and ethics since the rapid introduction of the smart phone and other personal devices. The perception and expectations of social engagement are being altered by the ability for users of this technology to connect with anyone anywhere. The dividing of attention between those who are physically near you and those who are not is widely debated. The Behavior Lag is present when using a device around other people or while driving or any other activity where one feels anxiety or guilt but yet still chooses to engage in the use of the technology. The ethics remain undetermined while humankind experiences this shift that is more widely adopted and in volumes unseen in human history.