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TOPIC 1: The Social Dilemma

Introduction: This trailer of the documentary film “The social dilemma”, deals with the theme of technology linked to social media, social networks, artificial intelligence that join the persuasion and monetization techniques that large tech multinationals use to make more profits and expand up to conquer the world.

Key Learning Content 1: to understand how social networks have definitely changed the way we relate to others and to ourselves, modifying, in some ways, the perception of reality, be it objective or subjective.

Key Learning Content 2: To understand the persuasive power of the social networks on which we spend most of our time

Reflection and Transfer: This trailer induces a reflection on what we could consider as the dark side of social networks and the web in general.

Closing Remarks

We tweet, we like, and we share— but what are the consequences of our growing dependence on social media? As digital platforms increasingly become a lifeline to stay connected, Silicon Valley insiders reveal how social media is reprogramming civilization by exposing what’s hiding on the other side of your screen.

TOPIC 2: Practical advices to avoid the risks of social networks


Through this infographic you will provide immediate advice to avoid the risks of social networks

Reflection and Transfer:

In this way you will remember that you cannot publish photos of others without the consent of the interested party; do not publish personal data; it is recommended to change the password often and modify the privacy settings of the social networks and make them more restrictive; if you access your social profile or our bank account from a public PC or used by others, never save your password and always log out;

Key Learning Content 1:

understand how to protect yourself online through 5 tips

Closing Remarks

So how to approach the Internet, social networks and any sharing platform? Simply maintaining behaviors similar to those we would use in reality because the rules and applicable rights are similar.