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March 09, 2010

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Sceptical at best.

I agree that social media is full of "jiggery pokery" and that to put any sort of tight constraints on it simply removes any sort of fun that one would relate with social media. By making it more serious it could in fact result in people switching off and therefore your message will reach no one.

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