Mass media and the Internet are often viewed as universal sources of information.
Adults, teenagers and even children surf the Internet seeking information, reading the news, watching videos, and communicating with friends. Today, we take this all for granted without realizing the hidden dangers posed by the Internet. “What danger are you talking about? The Internet is a super-fast way of finding whatever you need within just a few seconds! It’s cheap and fast!” Such is the typical reaction from the average Internet user. Still, it’s high time to admit that the power of this worldwide source of information can be considered as a rather negative one. Continue reading Essay: The Negative Power of the Internet