5 years ago
Social media contemporary protagonist
Internet accessibility has helped make blood availability, in times of crisis, more convenient. A short notice detailing the blood type, and the number of the recipient’s immediate relative ensures blood is supplied to patients on time. Moreover, Facebook groups campaigning for blood supplies operate in full swing, urging the netizens to help save lives. Also, blood donation campaigns are conducted time and again by the youths to decrease the insufficiency of blood in hospitals, nursing homes, and other medical departments. For the users’ convenience, developers have further created applications that connect donors with beneficiaries.
It is also a matter of gratification that people are making rational use of social media these days. Back then, we used to hear a lot of incidents related to crimes through online media. Bullying, threatening, server hack, accounts hack, phishing etc are some activities that dominated the cyberspace. Though such illicit activities have gone down a great deal, there are still some cunning unethical hackers challenging cyber laws.
Awareness and execution of cyber laws have stopped people from fallacious online activities. Moreover, the online population also voices out their concerns regarding dissatisfaction towards the government or social norms. At present, Nepali web mostly comprises the agitations of its citizens over the irresponsible tax hikes and impractical practices of the government.
At this sharp age of juvenility, youths’ springtide themselves to keep up the good work and maintain their valuable support for the society. To the utmost level of rationality, social media platforms have provided a supportive online platform where like-minded people can exercise their beliefs. To inform the people about the protests, routines, achievements and other fetes, social media plays a dominant role in persuading its users.