Delimitation as the topic is used to emphasize the limitations, boundaries and to what extent the mass media shall retrieve information from our private lives and how much of this information we shall give to social networking sites, blogs and interviews. Our generation, being raised with gadgets, is very capable of accessing social networking sites and having accounts so as to being able to connect with other people and a person who is into mass media is prone to have their privacy to be invaded. A person having accounts in these social networking sites should be aware of the responsibility they are having in case that their accounts might be hacked and their personal information will be seen to all. Also in blogs, we usually post on how our day went, where we have been and what we have done. In the month of September, President Benigno S. Aquino III signed the Cyber Crime Prevention Act of 2012. This law includes offenses against the confidentiality, integrity and availability of computer data system, illegal access, illegal interception, data interference, system interference, content-related offenses like cybersex, and child pornography and unsolicited commercial communications or cyber squatting. Internet, which is one of the walls of mass media, has now. With this new law implement in our country, we can prevent ourselves to be harassed and bullied.
This paper is about the line between mass media to the privacy of each individual and how the mass media affects our lives. This will identify the only things someone should post or share with mass media. We can say that our generation gives a huge importance to mass media in which they put information that they have which can be a good or a bad thing to do. Good in a way that you can tell everyone a news and it can also be bad if the news that you are telling is not true or just a way to destroy anyone’s image. In our generation, we can say that the line between mass media and our