An explanation of how the Internet has changed communication. Make sure to use at least one specific example.
The internet has changed communication because now you don’t have to be face to face to communicate. People are in online relationships and the internet makes it more likely for them to be in a relationship. However,people are more likely to be less social in person than they are on the internet.
Define Immediacy, Permanence and Lack of Control as they pertain to the Internet and explain how Immediacy, Permanence and Lack of Control affect both our offline and our online identities and lives. Include at least one example for each.
Immediacy pertaining to the internet is when you do something on the internet it immediately could go out to your internet service provider.
Permanence pertaining to the internet is when you do something, you can't really undo it.
Lack of control pertaining to the internet is when you post something or do something on the internet, you have no control over who does what with your stuff.
What are two ways that you can actively manage and protect your identity and your reputation online? (one of each)
You can protect your identity by not sharing certain information that could be considered as private. You can also protect your reputation by not posting or sharing private things that you shouldn’t share with anyone online.
Answer the question: “Does the Internet have rules?” Use at least one specific example.
The internet does have rules but people don’t follow them
Define cyberbullying in your own words.
Cyberbullying is harassing or bullying someone online. It can be done intentionally or unintentionally.
Describe at least 2 kinds of cyberbullying and why they are considered cyberbullying
Trolling. Trolling is considered cyberbullying because it is doing something for the sole purpose of annoying someone or making them frustrated.
Outing. Outing is considered cyberbullying because it’s sharing someone’s personal things without their permission.
Provide advice for: victims, bullies and bystanders of cyberbullying
-Ignore mean things people can say.
-Don’t jump into arguments on social media.
-Don’t say mean or hurtful things to people online.
-provide advice for people who are actually being bullied.
-Don’t share personal information with anyone you don’t know.
Your Top 5 tips for using the Internet
Don’t share private information
Don’t post explicit/private photos.
Don’t associate with people you don’t really know
Don’t share your passwords with people
Don’t harass people (cyberbullying)
Creativity while learning makes me more excited to learn. When we learn, write, and do projects in learning environments, creativity is a must. It pushes most people into having excitement to learn. Without a learning environment that includes creativity, learning tends to get really boring. Think about it, if you were sitting in a boring classroom with no color, being given tedious school work, and you were being taught by a teacher with a monotone voice, your learning experience wouldn’t be so fun and interesting. You wouldn’t enjoy learning, and you would dread being in that specific class. This is because the learning environment lacks creativity.
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‘If I can't unsee this then you can't either!' Playboy model Dani Mathers sparks a huge backlash after body shaming a naked woman in the gym showers on Snapchat.
Model Dani Mathers body shamed a woman taking a shower at the gym and put pictures of her doing so on Snapchat and captioned them “If I can’t unsee this, you can’t either”. Apparently, the photos she took body shaming the women were supposed to be used in a private conversation and shared with one person. After she posted the pictures to her thousands of followers, she was called out for body shaming and sued by the woman she body shamed. She immediately apologized for her actions after being bashed on social media by millions of people.
Her actions have had a major impact on her reputation and how people see her as a person. People that have not known her before this incident have had a horrible first impression about her. The story and the images are still circulating around the internet and she cannot remove them because the pictures have been screenshotted, saved, reposted, and shared around the globe. This has to deal with lack of control, when you post something, you have to be mindful what you post because it can be shared in an instant and you cannot control what happens to your post and what people do with it. It technically will never be deleted.
When she posted those pictures to social media, she couldn’t undo it. This has to deal with permanence. What she posted would never be erased and whatever she did on the internet is permanent and will circulate around on the web forever.
People started sharing, reposting ,and screenshotting the photos that the model took immediately after she shared those pictures. This is how the person she took the photos of eventually found out about the photos that were taken of her. This has to deal with Immediacy . Immediately after you post something, people are already viewing it and sharing it with others.
My advice for what Dani Mathers on what she should have done during that situation would be that she could’ve kept her thoughts to herself. It was not necessary for her to put her negative thoughts about another person on social media. Especially if it’s negative or hurtful because that can lower people’s self confidence and cause them to harm themselves.