Social networking platforms such as Facebook and Twitter allow users to share content and engage in conversation.
As well as providing a forum for sharing information, they have the potential to lead to greater understanding, interaction and collaboration.
But how are they used to manipulate people?
The answer can be found on the social networking platform.
There are a number of factors that determine whether or not a social networking site is being used to influence a person’s behaviour.
What is the social media platform used for?
The first step in understanding social media is to understand who uses the social network to manipulate.
The social media platforms that are most likely to be used to exploit the vulnerabilities of a particular group are those that are popular in certain regions or countries.
Facebook has a very large number of users in Europe, North America and parts of Asia, while Twitter is popular in Australia, New Zealand and parts.
However, the popularity of these social media sites is largely a function of the people who use them.
A study published by Facebook revealed that, in 2015, the social networks of young people, specifically, had the highest number of people using them to influence their friends.
This was not surprising given that this is a group that is more likely to use social networking sites to share information, to communicate with each other, to get involved in group activities and to have a good relationship with others.
In the study, Facebook had a total of 13.4 million users in the UK, with an average age of 23.
It was followed by Twitter with 13.3 million users, followed by WhatsApp with 9.9 million users and then LinkedIn with 7.7 million users.
However in 2017, the number of social media users was slightly lower, at 5.8 million users across the UK and the US.
This suggests that the number that use social networks to manipulate has increased in the last few years.
The second factor that influences the behaviour of users on social networks is the user’s demographic profile.
As a general rule, people use social media to express their opinions, to promote their products and services, and to express themselves.
However for the most part, these types of behaviours are not associated with the use of social networking.
As such, the third factor that determines whether or Not a social network is being manipulated is the content that is shared on the platform.
The majority of users have at least one social media profile that is public, meaning that the profile contains information about the person’s personal, professional and/or professional interests.
This profile is a form of content that can be used in conjunction with other information such as images and video that is posted on the network.
The content of these profiles varies.
However generally, the most popular content shared by the majority of people on social media in the US and UK is pictures and videos that are uploaded to the platform in the form of an album or album.
The photos and videos on Facebook and the photos and video uploaded to Twitter are usually of celebrities.
However other popular content is shared by people who are more interested in making friends, to create links between their friends and other people, or to share personalised content.
In general, content on social networking networks has been shown to influence the behaviour and attitudes of users, but it is still unclear if the content is targeted at individuals based on their demographic profile or not.
A more specific question is whether or the content posted by social media channels is being promoted by an individual, group or organisation, or is just being shared in an effort to influence people’s behaviour or the behaviour or attitudes of others.
What type of information does the content of the content on the website or app include?
Social media platforms often offer a wide range of content.
Some of the most prominent types of content include: A list of ‘friends’ or ‘followers’, which are the people that the user has on their social network