The question of “overall benefit” of agreements like NAFTA and the TPP is irrelevant.
What is the overall benefit if such things contribute to vast localized poverty and misery while raising GDP? Put that into your cumulative distribution function and smoke it. And what exactly is the benefit if they result indirectly in the election of people like Trump and Le Pen?
When you’re operating on the fundamental assumption that GDP measures something useful in every other sphere of life (well, first, you’re a dumbass) then you can make statements about how “everyone has benefited” while some people enjoy the glorious benefits of being jobless, broke and dead.
Phishing emails have gotten vastly better. Since I first started seeing them way back in the mid-90s, they’ve been largely inept — bedeviled with glaring grammatical gaffes, bad fonts and unlikely scenarios.
Those I had to spend no cognitive effort sussing out their provenance.
Modern phishing emails I actually have to spend a few seconds looking at to determine their illegitimacy.
This is apart from the phishing emails I get at work which are of the spear variety — those are almost certainly corporate or state actors and so well done that I just no longer click on any email link found in my work address’s mailbox at all.