If you haven’t seen the finale of “Breaking Bad”, you’re missing one of the most incredible moments in television history. The Edge is all about pop culture, but if you think we’re going to give away the real ending to “Breaking Bad”, you’re nuts, yo!
Spoilers can pop up anywhere, at any time, thanks to one careless post or tweet. And as more time passes, people will get less careful about mentioning spoilers when they post. So should social sites should do something about that? Is there anything social media can do to stop the spread of spoilers?
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