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  • http://theconversation.com/the-paucity-of-information-overload-12203As a result media accentuate competition, manufacture conflict, and create false excitement . Dialogue has become shouting matches, observation of the human condition has become voyeurism,
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    1. 1. HIDING IN THE SHADOWS OF CYBERSPACEImage by ctapleya4By Sohee Pyo
    2. 2. Image by boyoma
    3. 3. As we want to know every detail aboutcelebrities, news stories, and popularculture storiesImage by jegeor
    4. 4. Image by Daniel Hurst PhotographySOCIAL MEDIA ALLOWSPEOPLE TO READ, REACT, AND SHAREsuch JUICY INFORMATION
    5. 5. Image by Alessio85In Q1 2013 Facebook reports,MONTHLY ACTIVE USERS were 1.11BILLION as of March 31 an increase of23% YOY
    6. 6. 1 Million Websites have integratedwith facebookImage by Pink Sherbet PhotographyImage by kedowning
    7. 7. Online VoyeurismThe Idea Of Looking And Not TouchingSeeing But Not InteractingImage by mateusdelbianco
    8. 8. Voyeurs can “anonymously sit and watch peoplebroadcast their lives to the world.”Image by flo450d
    9. 9. Image by Alessio85
    10. 10. Anonymity online is so easy18-24-year-olds onFacebook have 510friends on average. sourcedfrom Marketing ChartsImage by Pioner
    11. 11. A result of information overload creates false excitement in adesperate bid to attract audiencesParadoxically news sources and distributionplatforms are increasing, BUT capacity to providequality news is diminishingImage by mateusdelbianco
    12. 12. Voyeuristic tendencies prove hownosy we have becomeobservation of “friends” has become voyeurismDialogue has become shouting matchesImage by simoncjga
    13. 13. Relentless FB newsfeeds providefairly unnecessary level ofconnectivityImage by Eleanor.MargaretImage by Saga
    14. 14. Image by brycehudson
    15. 15. WHO IS TRULY AAND WHO IS A MEREThis ambiguity helpedspawned the term“Facebook stalking”Image by jegeor
    16. 16. 85% of women are annoyed by theirfriends on Facebook. (Web Pro News))Image by for the love of photography
    17. 17. YET 25% of users don’t bother withPrivacy SettingsImage by motocrissyImage by Pioner
    18. 18. Image by intersection consulting
    19. 19. CHECK YOUR FACEBOOK PRIVACY SETTINGSDONT LET VIRTUAL VOYEURS RUIN YOUR DAY.Image by Alessio85
    20. 20. IMAGESLICENSED UNDERCREATIVECOMMONS, ANDSOURCED FROMImage by aetar
    21. 21. Image by AndyToad1. www.alanrudnick.org/2012/09/18/kate-middleton-and-social-media-voyeurism/2. investor.fb.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=7610903. www.datadial.net/blog/index.php/author/joe/4. nmincite.com/friends-frenemies-why-we-add-and-remove-facebook-friends/5. www.digiday.com/platforms/1-alarming-stats-social-media/6. twitter.com/FactHive/status/3301175330237317137. theconversation.com/the-paucity-of-information-overload-12203SOURCES

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