Internet Privacy It has become a sad and upsetting fact that in today’s society the truth is that the right to one’s privacy in the I.T (information technological) world has become, simply a joke. In an electronic media article “No place to hide”, written by James Norman, two interesting and debatable questions were raised: ‘Are we witnessing the erosion of the demarcation of public and private spaces brought on by the networked economy and new technology?’ Also, ‘What roles do government, industry and citizens have in regard to censorship and privacy?’ These statements ultimately end with the fact that it is impossible for Net users to expect privacy online, because online privacy doesn’t exist. However, one must ask, ‘What will be done about the problem?’ while keeping in mind that yes, the thin line between public and private spaces has been severed as a result of new technology. It is vital that everyone as users of the internet, be it government, Internet Service Providers (ISP’s), or individuals, need take the issue of internet privacy very seriously, while basing all actions towards the issue with the moral statement of, ‘Rights aren’t free, they’re earned’. The issue of Internet privacy is not a new topic.
Censorship would damage the freelance atmosphere on the Internet where freedom to express ideas is what most of us enjoy so much. If the Government steps and ceases control of the Internet it wouldn’t be any different than Communism or even Dictatorship. Therefore our Government should not encourage censorship. To underst... ... middle of paper ... ...html> 7.Howard Rheingold, Rheingold’s Tomorrow: Why Censoring Cyberspace is Dangerous & Futile, 1995, 2 June 2004, <http://www.well.com/www/hlr/tomorrow/tomorrowcensor.html> 8.Corn-Revere, New Age Comstockery: Exam vs. the Internet Policy Analysis No.232, 1995, Diss. Howgan & Hartson Law Firm.
One important thing that he told me is that the Internet connection in many other countries is still very slow and not so accessible as in the US. People in other countries are still afraid of making businesses by the Internet. He thinks that is still a barrier that Internet has to break to become worldwide. He also told me that Internet has changed dramatically higher education mainly in the area of research and conferences. He said that nowadays if you are researching for example about computers you can contact the best person in that area through the Internet and get useful information for your research.
Also, if the U.N. were to take charge, the cost to deliver their services globally would be far too costly for website like google. Since many Countries have their own agendas and policies implemented, there is no need for the U.N. to regulate the Internet. Since Internet monitoring is a controversial issue on a political and societal scale, it has both negatives and positives that benefit both the government and people. Although some may oppose Internet monitoring, it is necessary in some circumstances. It can help prevent and detect cybercrime, unauthorized access to sensitive data, and terrorism.
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How would a habit be broken that nobody would want to be broken, if the internet was no longer then they would have to do their internet work on there own. If you are not even willing how can we expect this society to become any better, I honestly do not believe our society can grow as a whole due to the fact that we can barely live without internet it’s self for longer than a few hours if that. We also cannot grow as individuals if all you do is think about the Internet then you will not allow yourself to broaden the horizon of your learning. It is insane to me how many students wouldn’t even look up a book instead of reading a book to find information they wo...
A guess without any proof cannot win the readers’ trust. In the meanwhile, the audience will start to be concerned about the author’s motive. As Carr is a writer who published lots of books on the influence of the internet on human brains, it is reasonable to suspect that he makes his argument for his own interest: to sell more his books by stimulating readers to think of the harm of the internet and of the benefits of printed