U.S.硅谷的里边人员告诉 BBC ，社交媒体公司故意让客商沉迷于他们的出品以从当中获得经济实惠。
Aza Raskin from the Centre for Humane Technology said social media companies deliberately use addictive technology in their apps in order to lure us in to spending as much time on their platforms as possible.
人文才具宗旨（Centre for Humane Technology）的阿扎·Ruskin说，社交媒体公司有目的在于他们的应用程序中使用令人上瘾的本事，以吸引大家尽量多地呆在她们的阳台上。
Aza Raskin invented the endless scroll – the app feature that means you don't have to click to get to the next page and can keep scrolling for far longer than maybe necessary or healthy.
Aza says he did not intend to hook users with it but says the business model of many social media companies is designed to maximise user time online. He says this encourages designers to come up with technological tricks that hook users.
Sandy Parakilas, who was a platform operations manager at Facebook in 2011 and 2012, said there was definitely an awareness that Facebook was habit-forming when he worked at the company.
Sandy·帕拉吉拉斯在 二〇一一年和 二零一三年间担当脸谱的阳台运维老总，他说她在任时期，公司内部确实开掘到Twitter轻便让客商上瘾。
Facebook and Instagram have told the BBC that their apps are designed to bring people together and that they never set out to create addictive products.
endless scroll Infiniti下拉滚动
business model 商业情势