Networked Digital Technology and our Society Its relationships with networked digital technology, public knowledge, health, social inequality, education and globalization The ensuing several pages look at how networked digital technology appears to interact with (enjoys a relationship with) public knowledge, health, social inequality, education and globalization; what will become evident is that, whilst there are many advantages, there are also many disadvantages to networked digital technology in terms of how it interacts with each of the domains discussed above. Most of all, the internet is very much an unfiltered realm and that means that quality control will be an issue; at the same time, networked digital technology is not accessible...The end:
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