Social Media Blackout Inspires Passionate Reliability Debate | Good Morning Britain

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Are we too reliant on social media? Singer and songwriter Tallia Storm

says that ‘the pros of social media far outweigh the cons’ and that social media won’t ‘ruin real human interaction.’ However Social media consultant Rae Radford says she will delete all her social media accounts when she turns 60 after realising how much she checks her phone.

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