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The decline in happiness and the rise in depression might be caused by the overuse of screens leaving less time for activities more beneficial for mental health such as seeing friends in person, sports and exercise, and sleeping..
—San Diego State University psychology researcher Jean Twenge speaking to Business Insider about the emerging phenomenon of tech addiction, especially among young people (February 6)
God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains.
—Facebook founding president Sean Parker, on the potential damage wrought by the social network (The Guardian, February 5)