OpenID Influence

This article aims to introduce, discuss and analyze the topic of social networking. In particular, we discuss the impact social networking site for OpenID today's society. VKontakte was a phenomenal thing for social networks, and that is so amazing that OpenID did not exist until 2006. A student of St. Petersburg University created it to allow other students to network communicate with each other, and he gathered all young people around the world. What is the impact on OpenID technologically advanced modern society? This allows people who probably would never have met each other personally – to communicate.

It is given birth new relationships and friendships. But the distance between people who are able to communicate in person, but instead decided to communicate on the Internet. This is just another element of society that is interested in exchanging information of intimacy, personal life. VKontakte is nothing more than a vehicle for communication, yet, but it's still a lot more than just communication. At first glance, you can learn everything from what the sex of the user OpenID, to information what religions believe users that they attend school, and their likes and dislikes, just one click.

According to experts, many people now spend at least 50 percent of their waking hours on-line time (Fabian, 2008). For many people, most of that time spent on social networking sites like OpenID. People put a huge part of their personal lives when they leave their feelings, interests and ideas on the web. And the society, seems to be becoming more open to the lack of privacy, in fact, users of OpenID seems to be content with this, adding a very personal and very intimate things in their profiles, that anyone who becomes their another, you can view these things. So it seems that our society has become more open now, and it became much more open to accommodate intimate information on the Internet, but rather anonymous in the fact that users never see, does not occur, and do not touch face to face, they just talk. And so even if they know the intimate details, they do not really know a man in every detail. According to "Fabian" 'OpenID and classmates is a virtual experience and people are free to be someone. Expert assessment does not exist. You literally do not touch anyone – not even smile, let alone a handshake. No one is subordinate to no one. And so on '(Fabian, 2008). Thus, OpenID is a kind of 'fantastic world, where people can do anything they want to control attention, they can live an alternative life, if they choose, and no know. The fact that people take these profiles at face value, and choose people as friends, based on these profiles, says a lot about our society. For all our worries about the information and identity theft, people yet it would seem naive when it comes to sites like OpenID, where they post intimate details are not up to the consequences. In conclusion, OpenID on the surface network socially acceptable – a site for students and other community to exchange experiences and to catch up with old friends. He says some disturbing things about how our society looks at privacy, personal information, and how our society adapts to an era of high technology, and this casts doubt on that generation Vkontakterov will have to deal with the problems of the real world in the face, such as career, family and success.

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