Mobile Panic more deals with issues related to personal images, videos or information that is unauthorized by individuals for public viewing.
Young people especially are at risk of this concern as teens share and send nude or semi nude photographs and videos to one another.
"Research partnerships involving scholars of communication, technology and society, criminology, youth studies and other cognate disciplines should be more actively fostered to comprehensively explore the significance of mobile communications in the overall context of youth development, and investigate issues of boundary-testing and delinquency for youths-at-risk"(Lim, 2013).
American culture specifically focuses marketing media on sexually driven content.
Rising issue and concern of the access companies have to phones, search history, and overall personal mobile media.
Panic and growing concerns around surveillance of mobile media continue to spread.
According to 'The Wall Street Journal' the all-cash deal would have been Facebook's largest acquisition ever, even more than when they acquired Instagram for a little over 1 billion around a year ago.
Questions and concerns about exposure to overload of information as a youth and the effects of potential attention deficit behavior or other mental health issues have also been raised.
Further research has been expressed as lacking or underrepresented for the potential severity of the issue.
Phones, social media, email, and internet browsers all have examples of recording or saving personal information.
Benefits of narrowed and specific advertising for business catered to customers.
According to the survey, which included responses from 870 people between the ages of 18 and 82, a stunning 88 percent admitted to sending a sext at some point in their life.