16. You Didn’t Need a “like” to Feel Good
Before the Internet, we felt pretty good being liked by our families, best friend and maybe the nice, check-out person at the supermarket. But today, our overly online selves rely too much on what others think about who we are according to a “like” button.

17. Privacy
‘Frankly, it’s none of your business’ seemed to be the motto before the Internet. But today it’s hard to keep very personal things a secret; from important bank and personal information to family matters.