Social Medias : A New Capital Way Of Communication

1443 WordsApr 20, 20176 Pages
Nowadays, social medias on Internet seem to be a new capital way of communication. First of all, a social network is a user 's association on Internet, who exchanges information. Each member shares information with “friends”, who themselves have their own “friends”. all the members of the social network are indirectly connected. There exists any kind of social networks and they all have different goals. Indeed, some give the opportunity of communicating with friends, colleagues or family, by sharing photographs or videos. Others, have as a function to establish a safe online business, meetings single people, or, playing video games and talking with other players. Thus, these networks make great universal strides and are massively attended…show more content…
Indeed, the impact can be such cyber harassing, usurpation of identity, or cyber flashing. Nowadays these kinds of fact unfortunately became usual. The teenager is often delivered to itself on social medias. And he often does not understand the impact of the digital. Indeed, the young user is in an intimate environment; he uses this networks in his residence or in transport. He feels comfortable and it is this precisely supposed confidence which involves the phenomenon of young people exposing their intimacy. Because when he uses the social network, the teenager opens a window on the external world. In fact, according to Puresight, a website created to protect the youngest internet users, “33% of teens are Facebook friends with other people they have not met in person.” (Puresight). The teenager behaves as it would do with his family or its close friends, while being exposed to the net surfers. The traditionally shyness which happens while being in public disappears when the teenager is in front of the screen. It is this logic, which generates various practices at the risks, like the publication of personal photographs or the cyber harassing: the young user feels in a shelter behind his screen and exceeds the limits which it would have set in public. Regulation consists in first rendering comprehensible that the social networks, and more largely Internet, are a “public
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