Social Media and Human Rights

Social Media and Human Rights

It is undeniable how much social media has affected not only the way people are living, doing and communicating but as well as closely as their rights. The right to be who they wanted to be, the right to do whatever they want and the right to speak up for their views and opinions.

Indeed, social media has not only become helpful and beneficial but it has also affected people in a negatively way. It is something that people have not anticipated as social media continue to emerge. 

Today, let us talk about how social media can really affect human rights.

The Negatives of Social Media to Human Rights

As the digital age continues to emerge, more and more people are depending on their life as how they see it on social media. Influencers, bloggers and celebrities are on social media sharing incredible photos and travel on social media– it is a delight to see but it has also paved way for people to be just who they are. Indeed, results in people trying to act someone else because social media made them that way.

A lot of people are also get bullied because they are somehow not social media darling ideal. Which is ridiculous. This is why a lot of people are trying to get in with what’s new on social media.

The Benefits of Social Media to Human Rights

On a side note, there is still a brighter side to social media and human rights. Social media is indeed the fastest way to spread news, especially if that’s something to do with human rights. Just consider the photos and videos that showcase or atleast shed light on people calling for help from tragedies and calamities and how a lot of people, or the whole social media people, responded to it fast and positively. Indeed, help came immediately.

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