Internet Privacy

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  • Gamification In Online Shopping

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    scenario of the internet usage and online retail industry in the global and Indian context and gives insights on the emerging technique for promoting the business i.e. Gamification. The need and scope of the study are motivated by seeing the shifting shopping trends and consumer’s behaviour towards the upcoming technologies. This leads to the research question and finally, the objectives of the

  • Algorithmic Personality Inventory Examples

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    concerned. This is an absolute violation of right to privacy guaranteed by our constitution. Human being love to interact. But to do so, they need a secure environment to interact on. The social networking website have provided a platform but due to these program like algorithmic personality development, Everything it being charted, recorded and analyzed , evaluated and most of it is done without the knowledge of the individual. Individuals need privacy. They need a secure environment to do so but these

  • Factors That Influence People's Attitude Towards Online Shopping

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    ABSTRACT The Internet has opened the door for new approaches to trading and commerce. Compared to other developed nations, e-commerce remains a relatively young industry in Malaysia. Therefore, it is the purpose of this study to examine how various factors such as study abroad experience, Internet use, and online shopping habits influence people’s attitudes and perceptions toward online purchasing. Based on the online survey data collected from Facebook users, it was found that consumers with study

  • Essay On Digital Technology

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    1.1 USE OF DIGITAL DEVICES AMONG CHILDREN In the recent decades, technology has been one of the major interesting research subjects due to increased usage among people, including young children. From the time young children can grasp an object in their hands, they are beginning to play with smartphones or tablets (Kim, 2013). Undeniably, our nation is moving toward full digital inclusion. Television, mobile devices, tablet, and a computer has become a great companion to the children as most of

  • The Impact Of Online Shopping In The 21st Century

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    habits varying from traditional shopping to online shopping. According to Internet World State (2016), as of December 31, 2015, there were 3.366 billion Internet users around the globe, accounting virtually for 46.4% of the world’s total population. The potential customers of business online are Internet users, however, not all of Internet users are having experiences in online shopping. Under this situation

  • Modern Communications Technology: What Is Modern Communication Technology?

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    What is Modern Communication Technology? Before we can explore and understand the impact of modern communication technology, we must first understand what is meant by it. Modern communications technology or ICT( Internet Communications Technology) can be defined as ‘anything which allows us to get information, to communicate with each other, or to have an effect on the environment using electronic or digital equipment’ – (Angela Canavan Corr, Pg. 6 ) [1]. How can it impact on young people in Ireland

  • Before It's Too Late Case Study

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    Last time, I’ve read an international article news on the internet about a girl who was bullied online. The violator who has happened to be her schoolmate posted different negative comments including death threats on her Facebook account. The violator was arrested and was put into jail but the sad thing about it

  • Essay On Media And Social Media

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    Tech and Social Media as a tool for mass mobalization Abstract: This paper seeks to explain the role of technology in the context of social media in organizing mass movements and effecting political change through various examples. Firstly I analysed the rise of social media and the roles played by major modes of social media in uprisings. Then we see how social media is employed for campaigning various causes. I have also tried to understand the role of social media in spreading fake news and

  • Social Network In Bangladesh Essay

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    construct a public or semi-public profile within a bounded system. These also articulate a list of other users with whom they share a connection and view. The nature and nomenclature of these connections may vary from site to site. In the current age of internet expansion, these social networks have reached to the doorstep of the people of Bangladesh. Now-a-days, people from youngster to mid-ages pass a considerable time in the social networks every day. This has brought revolutionary changes in communicating

  • Essay On Negative Influence Of Social Media

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    The rise of social media and networking sites is evident, especially with sites such as Facebook and Twitter establishing themselves as household names. There were 3.2 billion people with access to the internet in 2015, of which 2.14 billion were social media users, that is over two thirds! (Furthermore, it is only social media users, which is not inclusive of social networking users) The majority of the users being in the 16-24 age category raises the concern of the impact of social media and networking