Discussion of the book “Cyber Effect: How Does the Internet Change Human Behavior?”

The Institute for Politics and Society will hold the first session of the “Politics and Society Forum for Books”, which will be held on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, at six o’clock in the archive’s library, where it will discuss the book “Cyber ​​Effect: How does the Internet change human behavior?” Written by Mary Aiken.

The book talks about the danger facing humans today as it enters a new digital revolution that has changed our lives upside down. Where this book describes the form of change brought about by the Internet on human behavior and the risks facing us today in front of this technological progress. Where the book describes the danger to the category of children and adolescents in particular; Those who do not know the world before the Internet. It also deals with various aspects of cyberspace, from openness to scenes of violence and the possibilities of addiction to the Internet. What should be the ethics of using the Internet, and what policies are being followed by countries now. The author also touches on a terrifying mysterious world that lies beyond the Internet that we know is inhabited by criminals, thieves, and drug dealers that people may not know anything about. Here, the author raises the alarm, and warns against addiction to the Internet and related games, porn sites, and the frantic search for information related to health and diseases that lead to obsessive-compulsive disorder or what is known as “cyberchondria”.

Location: Archive Library
When: 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 16, 2021

The invitation is open to all.

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