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digital slaves

  1. 1. HELLO
  2. 2. Salves /digital slaves In the past slavery was feeding the slave and consuming his body not his thoughts now it is different, it is consuming brains and thoughts and your body is free and for nothing in return
  3. 3. Social media Currency
  4. 4. Why data ! TO sell the data to companies to use it to connect us through their products Experiments on millions of people What if this data was exploited to change the making and taking of our current decisions and the formation of our future decisions and opinions, and we became directed without realizing it ?
  5. 5. Daily time spent on social networking by internet users worldwide from 2012 to 2022 https://www.statista.com/statistics/433871/daily-social-media-usage- worldwide/ Ads the average daily social media usage of internet users worldwide amounted to 147 minutes per day In 2007, the American research company Yankelevich conducted an opinion poll, the normal results of which are 5000 advertisements per day. Today, there is a sign that says that this number is for 6000-1000 advertisements per day
  6. 6. The social media platforms have had an impact on selected aspects of daily life as of February 2019 https://www.statista.com/statistics/1015131/impact-of-social-media-on-daily-life-worldwide/ How do we make a decision? Is the decision that we take is what we really want? There are no factors that affect our decision making and directing us through data they know about us.
  7. 7. How social media can control us the order of posts that appear on time line What if that data was used to influence opinions in an election Consumerism because of the commercials that surround people everywhere
  8. 8. The impact of social networking sites in creating social pressure that transformed consumption from a means of meeting needs to a form of expression of social status fear of missing out People are sharing their experiences about products, information about different services, advice and warnings about using products .. Studies have shown that these opinions and reviews are a source of influencing consumers and their purchasing behavior
  9. 9. E-commerce effects • With the advent of the modern economy and the development of technology, companies compete to provide the best consumer welfare E-commerce appeared, and anyone anywhere in the world at any time through a platform became able to complete the purchase process, but researchers believe that the result of this increased the obsession of some people to buy what they do not need
  10. 10. Installment effects decrease Opportunities to open new business Take the step of marriage district the family financially effect on the mood
  11. 11. THANK YOU

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