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"The social behavior in the digital age". Note opinion.

Dear, this time I just want to share some thoughts, concerns and thoughts that occurred to me, observing in recent times, as human beings behave in the digital universe, so handy for all of us and increasingly incorporated into everyday life.
In times of the Middle Ages, for example, a human being interacted with 250 people, more or less, throughout his life. Today, with a click on social networks such as facebook, or twitter, we can socialize with 4000 contacts at a time. The family is traditionally the primary and indispensable unit of socialization; but this mode to navigate and contacted by the web has changed the paradigms of social action.
In the past, a message was slow in coming months or days, by letter. Then with the traditional fax and telephone, time became more real ... with whatsapp, the text message, and the various digital mobile applications, instant communications and became immediate. This is wonderful ... instante..vínculos information with loved ones who can not see often and keep the web ... solidarity networks, share art, philosophy, science, travel or just entertainment ... .but the issue is much more complex than this situation ...
For people who have healthy mind and just want to enjoy the web, without prejudicing the rights of others, this is the best means of daily contact .... But when bad intentions are reflected in the tics, the information is out of control, and it is very difficult to maintain the right to self-determination information of the holders of personal data ...
Cybercrime, such as data theft, phishing, or simply impairments online reputation of a person, are becoming more frequent ..
A few days ago, with the plight of cyberterrorism, it happened many facebook account theft and identity theft, as well as the circulation of false messages .. stress involved for web surfers and users of social networks and instant messaging , control and memorize passwords, review their profiles or those of their contacts to also take care of ill-intentioned third parties ..
Daily life has become vulnerable and has even incorporated naturally this modern way of life ... or not ... ..reflexiono questionable whether man was happier before social networks that now ... if your privacy, privacy and protection personal data was more guaranteed ... or conversely, if these networks bring people together and create new social links and networks of collaborative work, such as those conducted in academic or cultural groups online, where in addition to sharing knowledge by common good, we respect among all and build friendships.
Social networks, instantaneity and immediacy of the flow of information, reflected in the web the deepest human thoughts, often living only in his unconscious; but now, for this capacity tics, they are disclosed to many people in a short time, often without thinking or knowing the impact of them ...
Obviously always the concept of free speech must be present; civil rights are fundamental ... but it is also a human right to be treated with dignity and worth of the human person ... have to balance social demands on the web ... each person to achieve self-management information ... to express their ideas freely in the digital environment, without undermining the honor or reputation of others, free ... .without any ethical foundation and ...
Infoethics must return to the sociedad..por how much evil and enseñamiento on the web? .. I think the world is only legal crisis..no, but philosophical ... lack of respect, tolerance and love of neighbor ... .falta of faith and hope in the future ...
We can solve legal disputes with laws, international treaties, specialized courts and mediators bodies ... but if humans do not change their worldview of modern life ... .we have a serious problem ... you have to retrieve values ​​and good daily practices, and that does not mean otherwise lose libertad..al ... with responsibility is precisely where free albeldrío ... and thus we will enjoy a better environment for data protection, privacy and privacy environment, inside and outside the web is developed ..

Author: Romina Florencia Cabrera

Nota en español: http://procedimientospolicialeseguridadinfor.blogspot.com.ar/2016/0...

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