Surname 1Name:Tutor:Course:Date:United as OneWhat is Social Mobility?Social mobility is an extent to which people, groups or families move down or up the ladder in society. Social mobility can be shifting from low income to middle class thus encompasses the changes in wealth and education or overall social standing. In a world without mind, Franklin Foer (60) shows the threat revealed by big tech and how to fight permeant impact. For the past few years, revolution about the controller of knowledge and information existed. The inevitable change, therefore, has imperiled the way we think. The world has rushed to comprehend without considering the cost of the services and products of the available titanic corporations (four). However, we tend to purchase with Amazon, socializing on Facebook, turning for entertainment to Apple, and relying for any information on Google. The films market their efficacy and aim to make the world a better place. On the contrary, the movies are intoxicating the daily conveniences. Expansion of film companies has pressed people into conformity, laying waste into privacy. Based on individuality and pluralism, the companies have been marketing themselves as champions. Unstable and narrow culture of misinformation results causing (a world without mind) individuals be on the path without private contemplation, solitary introspection, or independent thought. Franklin Foer (60) reveals the dark underpinnings of individual’s primary idealistic dreams of technology. The four large companies are treading down longstanding liberal values, particularly privacy and intellectual property. In this way, itis a nascent stage in homogenization and overall automation of social, mental, and political
Surname 2life. Foer asserts that it is who we are and nothing else at stake as well as what we will become. The corporate four are monopolists accessing all the facets of an individual’s identity and impact of decision-making.