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How Social Media Exposing Us
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Name Professor Module Date Creative Writing: How Social Media Exposing Us The Internet is a wonderful instrument for purposes of mass communication, but it comes with a number of disadvantages one being the lack of privacy. The Internet has transformed into a control grid in which privacy rights are no longer highly regarded.
Reasons Why Nothing on the Internet Can be Considered as Being Private: The terrorist attacks that took place in the United States more than a decade ago mean that governments all over the world now feel that they have to monitor social media sites with the aim of uncovering potential terrorist plots. In the United States, the Federal Government is now able to retain monitor the internet activity of complete strangers even if they show no signs of having connections with terrorist organizations. Potential employers also usually request job applicants for passwords into their social media sites so as to get a better understanding of the character of the person they are hiring. In the past, they would simply look at the social media profiles; but today, they wish to get even more information on prospective employees. The job applicants are usually forced to comply with this request due to their need, but it is obviously an infringement of a basic human right. One of the reasons why some people support law enforcement agencies monitoring internet activity is because of the evolvement of criminals who use the internet to lure their victims. Paedophiles have become particularly daring in their attempts to attract the attention of children. ...
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