CyberFutures 2022

Newton’s First Law

Who never visited our own profiles in social medias to see what we published 3 years ago and don’t be ashamed? Or passed for the shame of someone of our family post a photo from the worst fase in your life, but is to late to ask to delete because one of your friends already have the picture saved? Those are examples of uncomfortable situations on internet that we can’t scape. What we publish there will be on the internet forever. But there are situations more grave and are those ones that we want to avoid. I am 17 and this period of our life the internet is always in our life. We have to learn to use it as a healthy and safe way, conscious that what we put on internet will be disponible to everybody in the world, so we have to be really sure about what we publish. For who is starting to enter in the internet world now: the internet is wonderful, but you have to know how to use it for don’t regret after.

‘Action and Consequence’ : 2015 Poster Winner

I am 17 years old and, like everybody the same age as me, I have all the social medias and I am always connected to the internet. Constantly I notice that some of us of our age don’t realise how the digital world affects in our day by day as an uncontrolled addiction through social networks, precluding the use of real life, or as publishing things related to others. This idea was to call attention to how we already use the internet, showing that what you do in the digital world affects you or/and others in the real world and to advise others that are starting to use the internet to be careful. The digital world is not a world apart, but, unfortunately, most of the time, it is our whole world.