Thousands of people from all over the world become Internet sensations within a matter of days, but did they ask to become so? One minute of fame can lead to more and more problems. “It is appalling that people do not think before they post—or even worse—that they do not care enough to think first. Their behavior is mean, cruel, and should have no place in society.” Unwanted Internet fame is, in my opinion a personal tragedy for all parties involved
First, Cyber bullying, people that bully others in social media and hide behind a screen. Second, Social Isolation, having a big list of friends in social medias, but in real life you have no friends. And finally, Social Media is dumbing down our society, because people don 't develop their interpersonal skills with each other. Cyber bullying has become a deadly epidemic in our society. Society has become too attached to social networks.
Although a lot of Jobs and Colleges don’t check peoples social media and sometimes it will come up as a problem. Jobs and Colleges should be able to look at social networking sites to have an understanding of someone. Jobs can check on people's social media to find out if you are fit for the job.8% of the potential employees that were rejected as a result of information found on search engines and networking sites were rejected
Privacy in this day and age is very hard to get, almost everything we do say or even think has to be made public.We live in the information age and so in a way we constantly have to be kept informed about whats happening and who is doing what, gossip is a treat for all of us we love to hear the bad stories in the press or locally among our group of friends , who did what , why they did it, who said what and for what reasons did they say it.In a way people are so caught up in everyone elses lives that they find it hard to live their own life snapcaht facebook and twitter are all examples of this. Individuals are entitled a huge amount of privacy on the internet and this shouldn’t be restricted in any way shape or form however since this is
Today everyone is obsessed with social media. People are easily influenced by almost everything they come across on the internet including appearance and body image. In todays generation it is so common to be unhappy with the way you look. All this is due to societies high standards on the way we “should” look. With social media you can do many things, including pretending to be someone you are not.
1 Alan varghese INRW April, 12, 2017 Social media Social media is a very important thing in our day to day life, we literally use it every day without social media just imagine how the society would be ? but it also weakens out brain to focus on one thing and to complete our task. So is social media actually helpful to our brain or it is just weakening our ability to think? most of the community believes that social media is helping out society to grow and I believe that too. Yes, sure there are some drawbacks to it there is nothing in the world where there is no drawback to anything it is our decisions to get most out of it, social networking provide many researchers to a bigger society allowing them to reach their goal.
There are about 2 billion people who are on social media worldwide. Social media is a platform where every one of these 2 billion people are connected and can share and exchange information and ideas through virtual communities and networks. These are a number of issues with the way people use social media, such as, the abuse of social media, the negative impacts on the time spent on social media and the fact that social media breaks boundaries of privacy are serious issues, which gives authorities reason to control and monitor social media. Some say social media should not be controlled as some information is vital and that maybe it is important to the public. However, reasons that show that social media should definitely be controlled are stronger.
Some people say that social media can break up relationships, but this is not always true it can also bring relationships together. It can help people get to know each other better, it can introduce new people that you have never met before, and it can boost your confidence about meeting somebody new. According to (Erik Qualman) in his video named Social media video 2013 he said, "One in three marriages started on social media last longer", Erik Qualman also said in the same video that, "One in five couples meet online". The internet does not destroy relationships, but instead creates new relationships. Although people say that social media destroys relationships, Erik Qualman proved that the internet does not just destroy relationships between people, but brings people together to and sometimes it is better because they last longer when they meet online instead of in person.
If it’s not what we see online which makes it true it 's what we hear as well, Being that I have grown up with social media I can see the downfall that people fall through every day. The downfalls may be, being isolated from friends, family, and knowing too much. What we know can truly effect how we process things and how we communicate to each other. I would say social media is destroying us slowly and the human race are helping kill us. Every day, people see or even watch thing that are posted online that can change their views or even just simply how we think.
Media addicts often are looking at their phones, scrolling through Facebook, Twitter, and other social media websites, searching for the latest topics for hours upon hours. Often, copious amounts of people become numb to the surroundings around them, having no idea what is going on five feet in front of them. A study was posted by Lifewire, said that researchers for Chicago University concluded that social media has become ranked ahead of the addiction to alcohol and cigarettes. On the flip side, being addicted to social media is far better than alcohol and cigarettes, but still producing a major effect on humans, causing damage to the eyes and brain over long periods of staring at a technology