Africa: Speak Up – How Much of Your Life Should Be On Facebook?
March 18, 2014 Editor 0
[RNW Africa]Facebook is clearly Africans’ social medium of choice. And with an estimated 51 million users on the continent last year, the network has changed a lot about how we interact with each other. It’s opened up many new possibilities, from keeping up with friends to meeting strangers and, quite possibly, finding love. But just how much of yourself can – or should – you reveal online? Do those rules change if you’re surfing for a romantic partner?
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