Are you sharing too much?
We all know one: the Facebook friend who can't go for more than a few minutes without telling the world (or, at least, their long-suffering circle of friends) exactly what's happening in their life. Whether they're detailing the minutiae of their day, showing off about how 'down with it' they are by going on about some random band you've never heard of, or spamming the world with mundane pictures of their latest night out, they're the people with the least to say who spend the most time saying it.
It's an affliction like any other, this kind of Facebook addiction, and if you're concerned that you (or someone you know) may be falling prey to it, then read on.
Here, we've listed 15 of the most common signs of Facebook addiction. If you tick the boxes on one or two of these, you're probably just as addicted to Facebook as the next person. If you find you're nodding along to most of the list, perhaps it's time to take a step away from the monitor...
* Bing: Facebook privacy tips
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