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date: 02 July 2020

social media 

Source:
A Dictionary of Computer Science
Author(s):
Andrew ButterfieldAndrew Butterfield, Gerard Ekembe NgondiGerard Ekembe Ngondi, Anne KerrAnne Kerr

Websites that offer social networking services. Social media platforms became very popular in the 2000s and now have billions of users worldwide. Registered members of these sites are able to designate other members as ‘friends’, thus creating social networks based on shared interests, etc. The sites offer services that allow friends to communicate easily, for example ... ...

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