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More than 60 percent of Chinese youngsters started using the Internet between the ages of six and ten, according to a survey.

Nearly half spend less than two hours a day on the Internet, while 24 percent stay online two to four hours every day, said a survey jointly conducted by the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and Tencent.

Short videos and music are the subjects which they spend a lot of time on, as 29 percent of respondents said they "spend almost all the time" listening music and 20 percent watching short videos.

The survey also found that many use the Internet for learning purposes, as 20 percent said they have to search for data and information, doing homework and looking up words online every day.

Some 22 percent said they would use the Internet to read news and current affairs.

The survey warned that pornography, Internet fraud and cyberbullying have become major threats for young people.

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The world's first generation of speechless, deaf, mute people. Adios to socializing, playing with your peers, learning skills, doing sports.

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The popularity of Internet and smart phone has made even monks and nuns in deep mountains unable to read their textbooks, much less minors of the stupid parents who are babies themselves but in bigger size.

I guess OP is one of such silly generation minors, otherwise how could you have posted this message here?

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GreenNanning Post time: 2018-6-3 11:58
The popularity of Internet and smart phone has made even monks and nuns in deep mountains unable to  ...

China has entered the Era of the Artificial Intelligence. In future, no one will need to interact with anyone in any intelligent way. All will be done by robots, automatons, iphones and the government will have a direct line to every human's brain. Speaking won't be necessary any longer. Reading has never been promoted as a skill in China.  

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Radiation

It appears that the radiation from the imminent 5G networks will finish us off before the next Carrington level solar flare.
9/11 was an inside job.
No second plane.It was a bomb.Bomb in the other building.
You KNOW without a doubt the videos are fake,right ?!
Planes don't meld into steel and concrete buildings.They crash into them !!!!!!!
It's amazing how the building ate the plane !!!
Imagine those fragile wings cutting slots in massive steel columns !!!!!
How STUPID can they think the people are to believe that crap ??!!

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Excerpt from https://www.theguardian.com/tech ... con-valley-dystopia

Eyal, 39, the author of Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products, has spent several years consulting for the tech industry, teaching techniques he developed by closely studying how the Silicon Valley giants operate.

“The technologies we use have turned into compulsions, if not full-fledged addictions,” Eyal writes. “It’s the impulse to check a message notification. It’s the pull to visit YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter for just a few minutes, only to find yourself still tapping and scrolling an hour later.” None of this is an accident, he writes. It is all “just as their designers intended”.

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This post was edited by 1584austin at 2018-6-3 17:02

Good. It's here to stay and will be needed in the majority of work places so as long as they don't sit playing games on it all the time its a good thing, just like its so easy for a small child to learn a language much faster.

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