December 29, 2011 / 5:40 PM / 8 years ago

REPEAT: Think before you "Like" on Facebook

By Chris Taylor

NEW YORK, Dec. 29 (Reuters) - Annie Scranton has a little problem.

The founder and president of New York City’s Pace Public Relations is a successful and sober-minded individual, but when it comes to this one thing, she has a definite compulsion. It’s the “Like” button on Facebook — she just can’t stop clicking it.

“I’m totally obsessed with it,” says the 31 year old. “Just like a lot of people I know. My friends and I call it ‘Like-Bombing’, where you go online and like everything.”

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