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The Poison of the Lust for Virality by Daily Motion and others
Posted by gorky
on on April 22, 2012, 12:41 a.m.
Recently I notice that there are some over enthusiastic, popularity seeking sites posting through their apps on facebook, with extreme remarks having no relevance or proof to the actual one. One of them is a pathetic article, which just wants to attract people by using the word "rape" which has no factual correlation. This is about emergency C-Section Ops that are being done by Doctors in USA and certain other countries and also in Bangladesh. The writer wants to say that Doctors are creating C-Section scenarios so that patients opt for C-Section instead of natural labor. I do agree that this scenario occurs, but this tabloid sort of mentality with perversion of facts is actually a disease just to reach virality. After all this can not be called Birth Rape!
Another such interesting looking app that drinks this poison is Daily Motion named app, which attracts through peculiar video posts where either they mention something peculiar on Susmita Sen or something peculiar on Shahrukh Khan. This is just a trick being played on people, because, based on your attraction of the title, you allow the app to post apps on your behalf and so your friends get to see that you are seeing, therefore they get the endorsement and your friends starts doing the same; resulting in virality.
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