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Social networks, information disorders and health


Social networks are now an indispensable part of the lives of the last two generations. However, it brings with it the unpleasant fact that what is published on the Internet can usually not be taken back. The information thus published can become a source of cyberbullying, sexting, cyberbullying, which is essentially psychological manipulation, cyberstalking and misinformation, whether spontaneous or targeted. All of these have a negative impact on the psyche of the social network participant. In addition to the psychological effect, disinformation targeted at the health sector often has an effect on a person’s physical health. You can get a deeper insight into the relationship between social networks, information disorders and health in our new Espresso.


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