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Is it time to redefine the word "friend" when considering the phrase "Facebook friend"?


The Oxford dictionary defines the word "friend" as some one you know and like who is usually not a family member. With Facebook cornering the market on the word "friend" is it time to reassess what the word means to a new generation?

 

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