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Most Blame Facebook, Twitter For Acts Of Revenge

Of 2,000 Britons questioned, more than two thirds said they thought social media such as Facebook and Twitter were responsible for acts of revenge becoming more common. More than half said they were contemplating revenge and 38% of respondents confessed to actually having targeted someone. One in five people said revenge was an acceptable aspect of modern Britain. More than a quarter of those aged 18 to 35 confessed they had taken revenge against someone just for posting an embarrassing photograph of them on a social network.

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