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Alright, so we’ve all been there: you’re scrolling down your Facebook timeline, Twitter or Instagram feeds and you come across content that you just can’t believe someone posted. If you haven’t had that moment then you’re probably the one over-sharing.

In our highly-connected and uber-social world, it’s important to ask the questions: How much is too much to share on social networking platforms? NewsOne headed out to the streets of New York City and asked young people what their thoughts are on the matter. They shared stories of the most outrageous content they’ve seen and what their personal rules are for sharing.

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