Tutorial 1B

I would like to bring your attention to the case of online sexual {word#1}.  Many of us make use of the Internet's facilities to visit websites such as Facebook and Twitter. These websites have allowed us to {word#2} and get to know people who we are not know of. But have we ever considered if these websites on the Internet are reliable enough to be {word#3}. For example, many of us have thought that pictures being posted on Facebook can be deleted permanently. However, no one knows that albeit though the pictures have been deleted on Facebook but the pictures on other websites which supportFacebook are not {word#4}. Can we still trust the internet with our personal information and chat with strangers online? According to a newspaper article, “In a recent survey of young Internet users aged 10 to 17, one in five reported they had received unwanted sexual solicitations online, ranging from sexually suggestive comments to strangers asking them to meet them in the real world for sex." The internet is supposed to be {word#5} for the users. Putting ourselves in the victims' shoes, they have to undergo medical care by psychologists because the online predators have caused long-term scars in both their hearts and brains which is known as trauma. The positive impacts of the internet are short-term. Everyone could be a victim! So, is the internet still safe and good for us? Therefore, I strongly agree that the internet does more harm than good.


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