Social Media and Divorce


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Great report by CNN’s Alison Kosik on Social Networking sites increasingly being named as a factor in deteriorating marriages. Surprising to note that 1 in 5 divorce papers reference Facebook.

We are going to see more cases of break-up of relationship due to improper communication on Social Media channels, not only among family members but in work setting as well (employee-employer relationship for example).

This will result in calls for more privacy on Social Networking sites. Facebook and Twitter will have to respond to their users’ need for privacy by enabling suitable privacy filters.


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Republished with author's permission from original post.

Harish Kotadia, Ph.D.
Dr. Harish Kotadia has more than twelve years' work experience as a hands-on CRM Program and Project Manager implementing CRM and Analytics solutions for Fortune 500 clients in the US. He also has about five years' work experience as a Research Executive in Marketing Research and Consulting industry working for leading MR organizations. Dr. Harish currently lives in Dallas, Texas, USA and works as a Practice Leader, Data Analytics and Big Data at a US based Global Consulting Company. Views and opinion expressed in this blog are his own.


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