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Internet Has No Positive Influence on Morality

by Manisha Shroff on March 20, 2015 at 8:17 PM
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Internet Has No Positive Influence on Morality

People across the globe today believe that internet has influenced morality in a very negative manner, according to a study recently conducted.

According to Pew Research's study, only 29% people thought that the internet had a good influence on morality as opposed to 42% who thought that it had impacted the moral framework negatively, reported TechCrunch.

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The study, which examined technology use in 32 emerging and developing nations, noted that there was no country where internet was viewed as positively influencing morality. It also showed that while 64% of the general population, including non-Internet users, believed that the internet had a positive influence on education, 53% were of the opinion that internet impacted personal relationships in a positive way.

At least 52% of the respondents said that the internet had a positive impact on the economy, the study said. (ANI)

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