To begin with, person to peer interface happens when individuals develop appropriate skills to help them negotiate what their friends and relative know about their preferences and predilections. For instance, in real life situation, when a teenager engages in substance abuse like smoking marijuana, he or she needs to keep the secret by hiding the evidence from the parents or nosy siblings and friends. Secondly, in person to a firm interface, individuals need to think twice before doing something. Practically, a person has an option either to apply for a discount card at a supermarket or not (Vaidhyanathan). Truly, the card is useful when it comes to purchasing things on sale, however, applying for such cards forces individuals to give out detailed information about their purchases. Thirdly, person to state interface is very essential it is the most misused and abused. Due to the compulsory requirement to participate in government issues such as census and tax forms, the state keeps track of individuals’ movements and activities. The fourth interface is the person to public interface happens when bullies expose an individual’s personal information to ridicule and harm them (Vaidhyanathan). Advancement of Various Forms of Technology.
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