Mobile Phones: The Silent Killer | Shraddha Sriraman | Kendrick School





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Published on May 28, 2019

In this talk, she discusses the little known issues of social media and mobile phones that are often overlooked by others, and the damage that these devices could bring to society as a whole, whilst also recognising the benefits of using mobile phones for daily life.

Shraddha is an inquisitive individual that enjoys to think deeply about the uses and consequences of the devices that we use regularly.

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