The advent of the internet and computers in the twenty-first century created an unprecedented revolution in society, allowing people to interact and share information from all over the world almost instantaneously. This technology presents numerous opportunities, as well as challenges, to modern society and brings to the forefront the question of who, if anyone, should have control over the technology.
In order to answer this question, it is first important to understand what the technologies are and how they are used. The internet and computers have made possible for people to connect in ways previously unimaginable, allowing for the exchange of data and conversations across various countries and continents, and the spread of information like never before. For example, people can now get news reports, corporate updates, and health information from around the world at the same time, using search engines and social media.
At the same time, this same technology also allows what many would consider to be an invasion of privacy and unwanted surveillance. For example, companies can track