The development of the Internet, especially the development of the mobile Internet in recent years, has made everyone online at any time and faced with massive amounts of information. This was unimaginable in history, even ten years ago. Can people really harness this interconnectedness of information? Or is technology guiding or even controlling people's way of life?
This impact can be viewed from several dimensions, including the transfer of privacy, passive access to information, the expansion and complexity of social relations, the rapidity of information dissemination, the difficulty of information selection, the diversity of information, and the difficulty of searching. 1. Transfer of Privacy Historically, the more advanced technology is, the less personal privacy will be. While people are gaining convenience, they are also unknowingly reducing the scope of their privacy little by little. For example, precise advertising and user privacy are actually contradictory. As a platform, because we have a lot of data
what should be used and what should not be used is actually a question we have been thinking about. We here also advocate peers to pay attention to this issue together. 2. Passivity of information acquisition What you see, or rather, what you read, determines who you are and what you think.