Yet, the repercussions of a(n inevitable) genetic data breach will have serious and inequitable consequences for millions of people. The internet, of course, is enormously valuable in facilitating commerce, education, social development, medicine and so much more. That is, to say, that we do not focus on embodied, lived experiences that often defy words but are instead focused on algorithmically determined moral knowledge and facts (whether those be real or fake news). The expected future always arrives late and in unexpected ways. Equally global knowledge sharing and emerging civilizational challenges improve the quality of life for all. On the other hand, our larger social structures, such as economic and political systems and normative cultural expressions, will see significant disruption due to this same pace of change. Manoj Jinadasa, senior lecturer at University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, said, "There are many ill effects; ranging from mental disorders and moral consequences, in addition to cyber crimes, digital misconceptions. However, I do acknowledge that technology has been incredibly helpful in my life and has become an essential part of my day-to-day routine. Education is required but it cannot be focused only on the digital tools; critical-thinking and ethics, from the ground up, will be demanded." Maureen Hilyard, IT consultant and vice chair of the At-Large Advisory Committee of icann, wrote, "People's. I answered that it would have more negative effects presuming that our attitudes and policies toward digital technology, and the practices of digital technology companies and advocates, remain largely the same over the next 10 years. Success in this digital domain and platform-centric battlefield is via speed-enabled intellectual property wealth creation in cyberspace. Or crossing crosswalks without looking for oncoming traffic while texting, using electronic signatures in place of hand written ones (eliminating teaching cursive writing in schools, writing by hand uses a different portion of the brain than when.