Infographic: A Little Knowledge Goes a Long Way in the Internet Age


Experts claim that social media has become the main media source for hundreds of millions of people all over the world. From Facebook to Twitter, SOPA to ACTA, millions of engaged online citizens have had their voices aired on the Internet that if the Internet were a nation, it would exceed the Americas, Europe and the Middle East in combined population.

Where were you when news of the tsunami hit Japan in 2011? How about when Michael Jackson died? Probably online, according to many experts who claim that social media has become the main media source for hundreds of millions of people. Not just in the U.S., either; Facebook alone has more than 900 million users spread across the globe as of 2012. Other social media giants like Twitter have facilitated revolution against unjust leaders and warned people of impending natural disaster.

Keep this graphic in mind next time you log on, because knowledge is power — and a little knowledge goes a long way in the Internet Age.

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