- Index hide3 At the beginning of 2022, Facebook, YouTube and WhatsApp were the most popular social networks in the world.
67 percent of Instagram users in Mexico are between 18 and 34 years old.
A user shared the reason why she stopped uploading states on her social networks in real time, because he had a disturbing experience, and with his story he advised to be careful with what is shared on the internet.
In the was digital, sharing our life online has become more and more common. Through social media, we can connect with friends and family, keep them updated about our lives, and thus share our experiences. However, this practice can also have its risks.
Real-time status sharing refers to posting updates on social networks that reflect what is happening at the moment. This can include photos, videos, messages, and locations.
It is well known that basically Snapchat It started with the phenomenon of “stories” in which you could share photos or videos that lasted on the network for 24 hours and then these were deleted, practically anything “irrelevant” could be uploaded. This function was an attraction at the time and that is part of the success it had Snapchat A few years ago, however, this also represented a threat to other applications, which is why other platforms such as Instagram began to imitate this function in order not to be left behind, and nowadays practically all the most popular apps have this function.
According to Statista, in early 2022, Facebook, YouTube and WhatsApp were the most popular social networks worldwide compared to the number of monthly active users. Snapchat was ranked twelfth in terms of audience size, followed by Telegram, pinterest and Twitter. Around 98 million Mexicans were users of a social network in 2022, connected from any device and by 2027, this figure is expected to exceed 122 million.
According to recent data from February 2023, 67 percent of Instagram users in Mexico are between 18 and 34 years old and older generations show a lower level of Instagram use, since only 4.2 percent of the people using this network were 55 years or older.
He recounts disturbing and alert experience for sharing states in real time
A user of TikTok recounted the disturbing reason why he stopped sharing his stories in real time, as he says that on one occasion he went to visit CDMX, where he visited a seafood restaurant with his cousin. The woman recounts that each thing she was asking to eat, she was uploading it in real time to her status, in addition to mentioning the name of the seafood restaurantlater time passed and she detected that she was an attractive man who began to talk to her, in addition to asking her basic information, such as her name and age.
Finally, the man asked her for her number to invite her to eat later, to which the girl agreed, however later she began to check the messages on her phone, and discovered that someone had sent her a message by phone. instagramWhen she opened it, she realized that it was the man she had met hours before, and in the message she asked him about the shellfish, adding that he was going there to meet her.
What alarmed the woman the most is that the person had already sent more messages before, since she had been following her for at least 3 years. instagram, so he basically knew everything about her, this caused the girl to feel afraid as she pretended that she didn’t really know her and passed it off as something casual instead of planning it. For this reason, the user decided to upload her stories in real time and has made the decision to upload them at least 2 days late.
@alitadelavegaWe must be careful with what we upload to the networks…♬ MYSTERIOUS – Cavendish
This story alerted netizens as several mentioned that they used to share their information in real time. Obviously, sharing states in real time can endanger our security, since it is not really known who is aware of our information.
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