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The video discusses the dangers of social media, specifically Facebook. It explains that while Facebook may have some positive effects, it can also be used to damage someone's reputation or social memory. It also describes how social media can be used to scam people or spread malware.

  • 00:00:00 This YouTube video explains the dangers of social media, specifically Facebook. A German teenager forgot to mark her private Facebook message as private, and her friends were able to see it all. Thousands of adolescents showed up to her public announcement that the party was cancelled, resulting in a lot of angry parents. However, Facebook's magic of bringing people together wasn't enough to save the day. A few months later, another teenager, this time in the United States, used Facebook to announce her 16th birthday party. However, she never entered it. The girl's birthday weight wasn't there, she went home early, and never told anyone. This video then goes on to discuss two other social media-related stories. The first is of a British soldier who was recently selected to serve one day in the Armed Forces. He is very proud and happy, but his happiness is partially ruined by something he posted on Facebook. The second story is of a freelance journalist who specializes in internet journalism. He shares his thoughts on how social media is changing the way we document our lives. He also mentions the recent case of a schoolteacher who uploaded a video of a student's fight to YouTube and then got fired. Finally, the video discusses Paul Chambers, a British accountant
  • 00:05:00 In this video, Bryant Cluley, an expert on technology and privacy issues, explains that Facebook is a business, and users are paying for its services with their personal data. He also discusses how Facebook gathers data on users and how it is used to sell products to them. Cluley warns that people's personal data is at risk of being stolen, and that Facebook is one of the most common targets for hackers.
  • 00:10:00 In the 1800s, scammers convinced Spanish citizens that they needed to send money to free English prisoners held in Spanish prisons. This scam is known as the "Prisoner's Timing." 400 years later, modern scammers use Facebook to perpetrate this scam. Facebook is where cybercrime is growing the quickest, and there are more scams and malware on Facebook than any other site. In this case, the scammers were able to catch the man responsible for the 2009 attack on Christopher Trigo by Facebook. Trigo had been violent and angry after seeing his ex-girlfriend with another man, and he attacked her. The father and son who were Facebook users and friends also learned about Trigo's arrest through his Facebook page. They were able to trace him to his home town in New York, and the police were able to arrest him there. Thanks to Facebook posts by Greek user Greece Griego, Trigo was caught and eventually sentenced to prison. If it weren't for Griego's posts, it would have been very difficult to apprehend Trigo.
  • 00:15:00 In this video, the dangers of social media are discussed. A thief broke into a family's home and stole a lot of things, including money and the laptop of Aaron. Aaron's new winter coat that he just bought at Macy's was also taken. The thief had gone before Aaron returned from school, and when he came home and found things missing, he contacted his parents via email. First, we received an email about the theft, with the subject line "Help." The Fishers called the police right away, and we were escorted out of the house immediately. The police went to the thief's previous address and found him there. The thief was arrested and later sentenced to jail. One of the problems with humans is that we often judge things as stupid or not stupid when they are actually simple mistakes. For example, in the era of social media, we are constantly sharing photos and videos on Facebook and YouTube. This makes it hard to forget anything, ever. We are all connected on a global scale, and what affects one person affects all of us. We all have an impact on the world around us, and it's important that we understand this and that we use social media responsibly.
  • 00:20:00 In the video, the dangers of social media are discussed, including the recent case of Vancouver where a new Facebook page was created to identify rioters. The page has since been taken down, but photos of people doing things they never imagined would be seen online are still available. One example is a photo of a woman cutting the grass at her home, which was taken while she was on vacation and then posted to Facebook. If someone sees this photo and concludes that the woman is committing fraud, she may be wrongfully cut off from her insurance coverage. Natalie's story is described, as is her experience with Facebook. Her doctor advised her to use social media to connect with friends and, in addition, make a trip to Florida. She did just that, posting photos of her trip on Facebook. Her insurance company later determined that her depression was caused by her job and, as a result, she lost her coverage. Natalie's case will be heard in 2012. Lawyers specializing in privacy and labor law will be watching. The Columbia Briton in Canada's Pacific Coast is well known for its local politics. Sometimes it challenges traditional values, such as in Vancouver, where the Liberal Party governed in 2009, when the Neo-Democrat Party wanted to change that. Highland,
  • 00:25:00 The video discusses the dangers of social media, specifically Facebook and Twitter. It explains that, while Facebook may have played a role in the US presidential election, it was not as planned. Just as his political career was taking off, Facebook discovered and leaked old photos from his college days that had been accidentally saved on Facebook. This suddenly became a major issue in the campaign, and he was forced to withdraw from the race. A similar situation happened to Irish politician Raid. In 2009, he decided to run for local councillor in his home town of Newbridge. He was opposed by several older, more conservative candidates and, as a man, had no chance of winning. However, by using Facebook, he became well-known and was able to campaign effectively. After the photo of him and a female friend dancing was published, his political career went down in flames. Emma decided to stick with it and was rewarded with more publicity than she would have imagined. Facebook has the potential to damage the social memory of people for generations to come. This is because even old, benign photos that have been forgotten can still be used to embarrass someone. It's also more difficult to forget something on social media than it is in real life, which makes it easy for Facebook
  • 00:30:00 In this video, someone describes how they became involved in politics through Facebook, and how it played a key role in their campaign. They go on to say that you need to be very careful when using social media as a way to connect with people, as it can have both good and bad effects depending on what people see. A similar story is told of a man in the Bahamas who was arrested and fined after his Facebook photo of him and his girlfriend cleaning his car (a "benéfico" act) went viral.
  • 00:35:00 James tells the story of how he was able to track down his long-lost brother thanks to Facebook, and how the social media platform has played an important role in his recent recovery. Kelly and James, who share the same name, meet in person for the first time this summer and fall after James sent her a message on Facebook. James and Kelly share a similar story of meeting online and falling in love, and their story goes viral. James' former wife also uses Facebook, and learns of the relationship when she makes a joke about it on Conan O'Brien's show. James and Kelly get married shortly after.
  • 00:40:00 The video discusses the dangers of social media, focusing on the role that Facebook plays in relationships. It describes a case in which a woman discovered her husband was cheating on her on Facebook, leading to their eventual divorce. The video also discusses the phenomenon of "Facebook divorce," in which couples break up because of Facebook use.
  • 00:45:00 The video discusses the risks of social media, specifically Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, and how people's final days on social media can be revealing about their lives. A psychologist from the University of London has done a study on how Victorians cried during their lifetimes and how this reflected the society of the time. People of that time lived with the need to bury their dead as well as the enjoyment of living in a society where people communicated not only with each other's needs but also with each other's personalities. As we move into a digital age, it makes sense that people would remember deceased loved ones through social media.
  • 00:50:00 The video discusses the dangers of social media, and how it can have both positive and negative effects. It predicts that the next generation of social media will arrive before we realize it, and that one day Facebook and Twitter will look old-fashioned. However, these platforms are helping us to adjust to a changing world, and it will take another 150 years or so for the full impact to be realized. Once it is complete, the world will be very different.

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