From just the normal filtering of search s... ... middle of paper ... ...tion to progress and modernization. At the same time, many others has abused and use the advantage of this new innovation in an unpleasant way. We cannot prevent that from happening but we can do something about it. That is why, the government decided to implement and regulate the policies of internet censorship. Instead of being angry and indifferent to this new policy, we should be more open-minded and welcome the goodness and security that this particular policy provides us.
The technological advancements made within the last decades have undoubtedly changed the way today’s society operates as a whole. People are more dependent on computers and the internet than they have ever been, so their prevalence in general life has been greatly inflated. Such an important and prominent tool could never go unregulated by governmental authority, however. Government censorship of the internet has been an extremely controversial issue, even from the point where “net neutrality” was first discussed. Governments generally argue for the use of censorship for the purpose of discouraging and disallowing the access to inappropriate material and other harmful practices, but further extend their censorship’s reach to affect many other facets of the internet; including politically sensitive material and discussions.
In this information age, the liberty of speech on Internet can break the monopoly of traditional mass media about the political issues. Also this is the guarantee of the development of democracy. While the liberty of speech on Internet strengthens the democratization, it also provides political dissidents with channels and arranges to undermine. McLaughlin (2007) reveals that in Middle East, the Internet offers non-state dissident actors a potentially potent tool to accomplish their political objectives. Consequently, without the nation-imposed constraint... ... middle of paper ... ...ool, the public even the nation might suffer inestimable disasters.
It can lead to anxiety, depression, and even suicide. Also, once things are circulated on the Internet, they may never disappear, resurfacing at later times to renew the pain of cyber bullying. When looking at countless cyber bullying cases over the internet, which oddly enough is the breeding ground for such foolish acts, Ryan Halligan's story is unfortunately quite popular with the search engine. Ryan was ju... ... middle of paper ... ...ents the boundaries of socially appropriate behavior.” Freedom of Speech isn’t an excuse to mock, scorn or ridicule other individuals, it's too shows that this approach or policy does not limit you, its the freedom of expressing one self. Cyber bullying laws should certainly be put into effect.
Internet regulation is what the people need to go through the internet with ease. Many people would live safer and more secure lives with it. In business, online products must be told of the truth and nothing else to avoid misleading consumers. Claims made in email advertisement, on a website or in an article designed to bring others to the website must be truthful and not say that the product or service or whatever you are selling can do something it can’t or bring bad results. Also companies cannot represent themselves as spam and change themselves to misrepresent people.
We are able to remain in contact with old friends, keeping relationships going, and making contact with people we would never meet in our lives away from the computer screen. It exposes us to so much, and opens are minds to the world, providing an opportunity for expression, and a chance to have an impact on the world and each other. To censor the internet would not only be a great injustice to all the advancements we have made through this immense mass of networks, but a crime against humanity and its freedoms themselves.
The Internet provides accuracy, productivity, and possibilities that would affect our day-to-day lives if suddenly missing. Because of man’s resiliency, I don’t think that we would experience Armageddon if the Internet stopped; our world would not be better or worse without the Internet. I believe our world would become different for a while; need and desire would quickly lead the way to new and improved technology to advance and rebuild a more powerful system. I believe that on a personal basis if the Internet were to be lost people would be affected in varying degrees. In the story The Machine Stops (Forster, 1909), there is a contrast to the two main characters approach to technology.
We live in the digital age. New technologies are being pushed out everyday to improve everyday life. There may even be a point where traditional social interaction and dating methods will become a rarity. Although online dating has provided users with a unique way to meet others, online dating’s lack of privacy, security, credibility, present the risk of emotional and physical danger to it’s users. There is no way to eliminate online dating from society, but there are ways to minimize the dangers it presents.
Scary words, right? These few sentences from the movie Cyberbully could be someone’s last few words. Cyberbullying is the inappropriate use of electronic communication to bully a person through text messages, rumors, pictures, fake profiles etc. on social networking sites. Cyberbullying should have specific laws against it.
This paper explores the pros and cons of government involvement in controlling the content of the Internet. Everyday technology is getting more sophisticated, meaning that nowadays it is easy to explore about a certain issue via online connection and be near the world. In the present, as long as you have Internet connection, you have the ability to have access to all kind of information that is posted on Internet. There is a huge debate whether internet should be regulated or not, and this is excepted to continue in the upcoming years. Those who support the information epoch, tend to consider Internet to be essential and productive in educating its population.