Most people of conscience, is morally confounded by the technology that links together nearly half a billion people in a World Wide Web, a global village, allowing instant, anonymous exchange of uncensored text and images. Anyone in this virtual metropolis can put anything online, and once it is there anyone can access it. Like any metropolis, the web has neighborhoods, some safer and some horrific. In today’s world these horrific dangers have been exaggerated other than taking precautions and necessary steps to minimize them. Some of the exaggerated dangers are the addiction to internet, freedom of expressing opinions and questions, and most importantly socializing.
One of the exaggerated dangers is the addiction to internet. People have come up with different reasons how internet has involved with the family bondage. The amount of time spent on surfing web is high. Although people argue that humans have addicted to the internet I don’t agree with the situation. It is the problem involved the people spent with the families that affect this problem. Both for adults and children, the most statistically significant risk factor for Internet use is weak familial connections. Anything people do to strengthen marriages from spending more time together as husbands and wives, to taking courses in the practice and philosophy of marriage makes us less vulnerable to the Internet. Anything we do to strengthen our relationships with our children from spending more one-on-one time with them, to taking courses in the practice and philosophy of parenting makes them less vulnerable to the Internet. The children most vulnerable to the Internet ‘s magnetic pull are “from families where nobody is at home to relate to after school when they arrive home from school, being there to send them off again in the morning, and spending quality time with them in between all constitute inoculations against the Internet.