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Social Networks on Campus
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승인 2018.05.24  10:19:56
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▲ Byun Jae-hui, Sophomore, Dept. of Public Administration

Social Networks on Campus
    I am not a heavy user of social networking services such as the CNU Bamboo Forest (the Facebook page) or Everytime (the well-known application for timetables) and yet there are some good reasons to spend time on them. Students can find their lost items, flirt with attractive strangers, and express their thoughts about controversial issues freely. However, since they represent the university in regards to using the school’s name, the information needs to be reliable. Managers of each site should keep an eye on fake news or defamation based on certain criteria. Above all, not only the users but also the managers should be more discreet for the sake of the online community itself.
 

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