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How kids can buy drugs and other dangerous items via social media

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As part of The Social Challenge, a network-wide series looking at the impact of social media on all walks of life, NBC senior national correspondent Kate Snow reports for TODAY on how criminals peddling illegal goods are using social media are using social media to reach customers, sometimes putting young people in grave danger.