Now, we have the newest models of laptops and mobile phones that are used for communication and internet surfing. What we learn about the world around us, comes from the “ever-so reliable” Wikipedia pages supported by messages from our friends and blog comments from people who seem to be experts on whatever the topic happens to be.
All of this occurs in a real space-time continuum that is safe and secure, allowing for total confidentiality across the global e-world. In addition, we are also equipped with Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, Twitter – all this social media that allows for a safer and easier form of communication. Finally, there comes the question of not only reliability but also popularity. How many likes will a message receive? Will the global world like and accept what someone wants to say? The quality of information on the internet is based on popular acceptance rather than accuracy and substance. This leads to an environment where everyone on the internet is a potential friend seemingly sharing your views and passions.
So how many likes will this message receive? Does it really matter? Is it really safe out there in the cyberspace? Did I really write this? Am I really Dr Latkowski?
Dr Jacek Latkowski