Elon Musk's Starlink brings Internet to Amazon


Billionaire Elon Musk's satellite network has helped the Amazon tribe make contact with the modern world for the first time, but there are also funny and funny problems.

Elon Musk's Starlink satellite internet service has brought internet connectivity to more than 66,000 people in the Amazon rainforest, opening up many opportunities for employment, education and access to emergency services. However, an unexpected consequence has emerged: many young people in indigenous tribes have become addicted to watching "adult" movies online.

A corner in the Amazon rainforest with a Starlink receiving station. (Source: NYT)

A corner in the Amazon rainforest with a Starlink receiving station. (Source: NYT)

According to the New York Times, some tribal leaders have expressed concern about this situation, especially about young people sharing sensitive images in chat groups and engaging in outrageous sexual behavior. heck. Besides, easy access to violent games and content not suitable for local culture is also a big concern.

Brazilian activist Flora Dutras advocates for indigenous people to have access to the internet, but also criticizes Starlink's implementation, saying that this is a form of imposing Western culture on other communities. native copper.

Although Starlink brings many benefits to the indigenous people of the Amazon, addiction to adult content is posing new cultural and social challenges. Authorities and communities need to take appropriate measures to solve this problem, ensuring that the internet is used in a healthy and beneficial way for indigenous people.

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