Daniel Craig hates social networking sites

London: `James Bond` star Daniel Craig refuses to join a social networking websites because he`s convinced no one should share everything about their life online.

The 43-year-old says he would never sign up to Facebook or Twitter to tell all about his private affairs - and he`s amused by those who post mundane details about their lives on the internet, reported Daily Star.

"I am not on Facebook. And I`m not on Twitter either... `Woke up this morning, had an egg`? What relevance is that to anyone? Social networking? Just call each other up and go to the pub and have a drink.

"There`s some talk of a new class-system paradigm - that, in future, the world will be divided between those who `get` social networking and those who don`t. I`m really not bothered. But I hope the generations to come learn to be a little bit cynical and learn how to mess it up a bit," Craig said.

The actor says he sometimes reads about himself online but logs off whenever he comes across harsh criticism.

"The truth is that I mistakenly go online occasionally and Google my name... It`s worse than smoking crack. And, oh man, the hating on the internet... It`s like there`s a bunch of sociopaths out there who want to go out and rip you to pieces," he said.


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