There is no way of knowing if someone is telling the truth.It’s a fact that there are some people who use the internet to chat to young people because they want to hurt them or make them do things they don’t want to. Maybe they say they live near you or like the same music as you. They might leave comments on your posts or request to be your friend on a site.Facebook is currently in the spotlight for its relentlessly increasing exposure of data its users assumed was private.
If not then you might as well just text random numbers and hope someone is impressed: 2. According to the dozens of girls I’ve spoken to about this, it’s crazy how eager guys are to send a picture of their penis to just about anyone who will look.
In turn, its fall from grace has made backers of the 'social media' bubble quite nervous. Much of the data created by Web2.0rrhea is turning out to be quite useless for advertisers - or anyone else.
Many new white collar nonjobs created since the mid-Noughties depend on the commercial value of your output, and persona;l information. Marketeers are having a harder time justifying the expenditure in sifting through the Web 2.0 septic tank for the odd useful nugget of information.
It can be fun chatting to people who are interested in the same stuff as us.
Some people online will genuinely just want to chat or be friends.