With society revolving around technology, I find it to be very interesting that people are willing to give money to anything and anyone as long as there is a heartfelt story behind where you are sending it. A very serious example of this is around 10 days ago, a Hockey team in Canada was hit by a semi-truck and more than half of the people on the bus were killed. This story has been pouring all over the internet and all over the world. As one woman decided to make a GoFundMe page for this team, there have been over $11 million donated to this cause. My question is…How do these people know that the money is legitimately going to these families? How do they trust one person with all of this money? And how do they know that donating this money is actually going to help people that you thought it would? I find donating money on the internet to be extremely sketchy actually. I don’t trust that my money is going somewhere that I know of. I don’t trust people on the internet, and I don’t trust the technological world with money in general. I am not at all trying to dis this idea of giving money through places like GoFundMe, but I also don’t understand the uproar of people that believe that it is okay they are giving money to outer space essentially. It’s definitely a strange world. I would love to know what you guys think about this process of using the internet to send money to people who need the help?