Advantages and Disadvantages of Modern Communications

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Modern Communications

By | July 2010
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From day to day, our world has been changed gradually form one condition to another. The revolution of new ideas always comes up to the minds of every person, especially the idea to improve technology which people need to make the living better. As the result, modern technology has been bringing people certain advantages such as ways for fast communication, the improvement of traveling, and good health care medical treatment. However, loneliness, world destruction weapons, pollution, and sameness of lifestyle are brought by modern technology, too. For the plus side, we can get the fast ways of communication through modern technology, without it everything will be the same. Modern communication technology ties humanity together like a nervous system ties the parts of an organism together. Today we are connected with every other human being on the planet in a way people never have been before. This has profound implications for friends, family, lovers, employers and civil authorities

Nowadays, people can get hot news from any parts of the world very quickly, pay their bills, by using E-mail and Internet. also, the internet can be seen in aiding the spread of culture, because all of the communication made possible by the internet. Moreover, telephone-local or/and oversea is playing a key role for people to communicate to with each other. Although it is extremely useful, there are some downsides to the modern communication. first of all, as the other poster stated, there are dangers of the internet, like viruses and people that pose as others or try to take advantage of others. The internet allows for an array of crimes that essentially were harder to commit before. Such as identity theft, since no one can check your id and verify that you are the person purchasing something, for example. Also, with increased internet use, it seems that more and more people take for granted the value of actual, face to face conversation or even all human contact. we could end...
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