With social media providing endless streams of updates and invites, can a group of teenagers go 'cold turkey' for a week?
More than 30,000 pupils from around the UK are turning their classrooms into newsrooms for BBC News School Report's ninth annual News Day.
Pupils at Allerton High School in Leeds have been finding out how engaged classmates are in politics.
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- Pupils analyse sport coverage 01:55
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- Caerphilly gets ready for Eisteddfod04:21
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Find your school and others who made the news on 19 March for the 2015 News Day.
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