“You blocked me on facebook”- Does that mean we are broken up?

 

‘Add Friend.’

DECLINE–ACCEPT

This is now the new way relationships are formed, on the basis of a click of a button.

With the involvement of social media such as Facebook, Snapchat and Tinder, relationships are in danger.

Girfriends have admitted to cyber-stalking their boyfriend and their friends or even ex-boyfriends. Couples have also surrendered and given their passwords to each other–eliminating any sort of privacy.

How does this impact relationships?

Georgia Stjelja and I roamed the campus of Wollongong to stir an opinion from not only students but too leaders at the campus.

Special thanks to:

Joe, 50 (ECU Christian Club)

Paige, 18 (BCM)

Eliza, 18(BCM)

Jordan,19 (Journalism)

Luke, 19 (BCM/Law)

Declan, 19 (Journalism)

Song: Internet Friends- Knife Party (intro)
(I OWN NO RIGHTS TO THIS SONG)
Heaven- Lensko

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