Do Social Media companies violate privacy terms?

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Do Social Media companies violate privacy terms? by Mind Map: Do Social Media companies violate privacy terms?

1. Social Media does not violate privacy terms

1.1. Social media privacy is very important to all users, because it helps everyone in their daily lives (Oboler).

1.1.1. "Social media companies contain a lot of valuable information" (Oboler).

1.1.1.1. This makes me think that people really need to start protecting their social media accounts. This also goes for their privacy settings and how they need to protect that.

1.1.2. "Journalist Ada Calhoun emphasized that if freaks her out that people could research her" (Oboler).

1.1.2.1. This quote emphasizes that people could research other people online and they could find their information online.

1.2. Because the author says this to emphasize how dangerous Twitter is right now.

1.3. “Twitter’s online users offer a very dangerous platform for children that are below the age of fifteen” (Maney).

1.3.1. "Twitter was basically an accident and had never had a purpose" (Maney).

1.3.1.1. This means that Twitter had no purpose of being created or invented because of its danger to public users.

1.3.2. "Twitter's stock price went down in November 2013 due to its danger to public users" (Maney).

1.3.2.1. This matters because it emphasizes how Twitter's stock price had dropped because of its online danger.

1.4. Because the author says this because he wants to emphasize why and how Twitter is dangerous.

2. Social Media companies violate privacy terms

2.1. Facebook had violated their privacy terms for online users (Anderson).

2.1.1. "Online users must be careful when using Facebook due to its privacy terms" (Anderson).

2.1.1.1. This makes me think that Facebook has some danger in it because of its terms of service.

2.1.2. "People are willing to trade less privacy for more access to social media" (Anderson).

2.1.2.1. This means that online users are willing to give up their privacy terms so they can get more access to social media.

2.2. Because he author says this because he wants to emphasize that Facebook violated their privacy terms.

2.3. Social media users need to start to check their online news sources (Sandar).

2.3.1. "Today, the internet is basically a digital virus due to its dangers" (Sandar).

2.3.1.1. This matters because The New York Times are trying to send out a message about how Social media is bad.

2.3.2. "Lulled into a false sense of security, we become less likely to scrutinize the information in front of us" (Sundar).

2.3.2.1. This shows that online public users should not always trust the information that is on their screen.

2.4. Because the author says this so he can warn social media users that they need to check their online sources.