The Influence Of Social Media's Privacy

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Technology has really grown in the past ten years and is now being is practiced in everyday lives. Everywhere people look, buildings, cars, and roads surround us, and we use these items daily without thinking. While technology shapes our economies and cities, one technological item we tend to use most in our lifestyles are computers, and is projected to increase by 22. An abundance of programs today aids us in the creation of new ideas and machinery, and with modern electronics being built frequently, the latest software is required to accommodate these fine pieces of hardware. Microsoft Word, Google Chrome, Instagram, YouTube, and more all help to satisfy human needs and hobbies, some useful, personal, and just sick. To be able to construct …show more content…
“24% of people missed important moments in real life because they were too busy trying to share them on social channels” according to wersm.com. The big problem with twitter, Facebook or some other big social media websites is the lack of communication with have with individuals in real life. Twitter, for example, can update millions of people on what’s going on in a single moment and it’s an easy way to talk to friends, but just because social media make it easy to tweet millions of people from behind a screen doesn’t mean you can communicate with people. Sadly, people use twitter as a way to hide themselves from reality a way to escape. Another way of false communication through social media is Direct messaging or DM for short. Its like texting through social media so now communication is slipping away with these new improvements to bring it more traffic to their sites. While working a time when I hanging out with my older brother and we were talking about how apps like twitter changed how we act. My brother admitted to usually go on twitter when he is in a room of people he never talked or been associated with before. Turns out that some 13 percent of mobile phone users fake being on the phone to avoid getting into a conversation with someone, according to a new study conducted by the Pew Research Center on how Americans use …show more content…
A big reason they are feeling worse are because of jealousy and cyberbullying which has grown radically over the past few years. Most social media consumers don’t like to admit it but or jealous of most of the people they do follow. For example, celebrity, or just a friend who has achieved a high goal. These achievements or riches they have make people feel adequately quickly. They are starting to believe that they are doing something wrong and all the amazing achievement they achieved are worthless and not enough. They get trapped in this false façade and quickly fall or become jealous and depressed making it hard for them to ever be happy knowing them not getting the same results. Jealously also can create another phenomenon that treating our society and that’s cyber bullying. Cyber bullying has fed off the rapid popularity of social media. 15-57% of students have experienced some type of cyber-harassment according to Author: Burrow-Sanchez, Jason J., Zheng, Robert, Drew, Clifford J. People are becoming more insecure and afraid to speak what 's on their mind because they afraid of the constant pressure of anything negative being said . This has caused a rise in depression . Facebook is the leading source of cyber bullying because of the constant growth and how easy it is to create a profile to start

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