Another thing that comes with being on the internet is the sheer amount of information that is available online. It’s hard to distinguish what’s true and what is not:
Having access to so much information in this technological era can be both a blessing and a curse. The problem lies when things are not clearly labelled or are misleading, making it difficult for you to know what is what. In your offline life, you’ve probably developed mental shortcuts that help keep you safe. If you can’t find your bank card, you cancel or freeze it just in case it’s been stolen.itel vision 1US $142.00 GokweBluetooth earbudsUS $7.00 MaronderaHuawei y6 Prime 2018US $74.99 HarareOpencast RefrigerationUS $3.00 Harare
Apply the same logic to your digital life. The best defence is to ask critical
questions, so you can learn to recognise the difference between a harmless parody and a hoax, between content that’s intentionally misleading or just poorly researched, and to spot red flags and unreliable sources.
To take the conversation further about this and all other data-related issues, the folks at Taziva Online have invited us to weigh in on the matter. The talk will be held this Friday the 5th of February from 14:00 and you are all invited to watch along and give your take:
The conversation will also include iZone Hub which runs digital wellness meet-ups under the Data Detox and Glass Room.