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According to China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) released the China Internet network development status statistics report shows that in 2012, the size of China's Internet users reached 564000000, mobile Internet users reached 420000000, the network has become a part of people's lives, especially in young people. Network to bring convenience to people, at the same time, a variety of "disease" and "addiction" also quietly lurking around the people, "social network dependence syndrome" is one of them.
Now at a party, singing and so on occasion, some people in the chat will occasionally come up with mobile phones, brush circle of friends or twitter, individual people chat while days of the absent-minded, in front of the phone started the "plodding". "There is a primary school students get together, there is a classmate after dinner took the mobile phone into his' world ', would like to talk with him before the time of the students, the results finally get a QQ number, tell me later often contact."…...

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