This is according to new research by Keisha Cutright.
The Oxford research project began before the COVID pandemic.
Recent research published in the International Journal of Business Information Systems examines the human element of cybersecurity.
The journal npj Digital Medicine published an article based on the study's findings.
The study was published in the journal Health Communication.
Reducing daily social media use by just 15 minutes can greatly benefit health and immune function, study finds.
The report was released January 21, 2023.
The study can be read in the journal Health Policy and Technology.
The survey showed that Americans were more likely to get their news from Telegram than Rumble, Gab, or BitChute.
The findings provide an important focus on the possible dangers of excessive screen time among kids.
Truth Social users reported positive news experiences and mixed reactions on the question of free speech.
Researchers recruited 23 participants for their study, instructing them to use an app to record short videos each day.