New technologies, legal exchanges, illegal exchanges, internet, smartphones, communication, social medias, online shopping, Amazon, eBay, drugs, dark web, Angora, bitcoins, Google
Now, we are going to talk about new technologies to illustrate this notion. Indeed, new technologies, such as SMS, e-mail, and the World Wide Web, are all around us nowadays, like our smartphones. So, we're going to try to answer the question: "Can new technologies facilitate the exchanges?"
[...] To conclude, new technologies can in fact facilitate the cultural, business, and economic exchanges and all the communication between different people all around the world. So, new technologies are a good thing because they facilitate good or legal exchanges. But new technologies also facilitate bad or illegal exchanges. According to Paul Virilio: "The (positive) innovation of an object also creates its negativity: with the ship, sinking is created, with the plane, crash, and with nuclear, Chernobyl. [...]
[...] Amazon is today the most famous online shopping website because we can find almost all on Amazon, from books to TVs, through clothes: the first selling e-tailer in the world references indeed 183 million products So, new technologies facilitate the exchanges, thanks to the development of the Internet with the social networks and the online shopping websites (or e-tailer). All these previous examples are "good" or legal exchanges, but the new technologies can also facilitate the "bad" or illegal exchanges. New technologies can facilitate illegal exchanges Now, I will show that new technologies can also facilitate the "bad" or illegal exchanges, such as drugs and illegal download, so all illegal activity. [...]
[...] Can new technologies facilitate the exchanges? An exchange is the act to giving something and receiving something in return. It can be a cultural or a business/economic exchange, but it can also be all the communication between different people all around the world, thanks to the Internet. Now, we are going to talk about new technologies to illustrate this notion. Indeed, new technologies, such as SMS, e-mail, and the World Wide Web, are all around us nowadays, like our smartphones. [...]
[...] First, the new technologies have enabled the development of the Internet, and at the same time, the development of the deep web. The deep web, also named invisible web or hidden web, is part of the World Wide Web whose contents are not indexed by standard search engines (like Google). Moreover, Google and other standard search engines represent only the emerged part of the iceberg, named the "surface web": in fact, the deep web represents about 90% of the World Wide Web content The deep web is much used by bad character because we can find all what we want, if we have a good knowledge of this hidden web. [...]
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