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    Implications of Internet Censorship

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    in filtering content online.  As exposure to the Internet penetrates deeper into mainstream lives across all demographic groups, there has been increased concern about the ability of children to obtain access to printed and graphic material believed to be detrimental to their development and/or well-being.  Not only could this material be argued to be damaging, it could possibly lead children to act violently or maliciously towards others.  Proponents of filtering objectionable content argue that through

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    the second is computer damage. Internet crime involving personal damage includes cyberbullying, phishing, cyber stalking, identity theft, spam, online predation and obscene content. There is also various softwares that have been created by malevolent internet users to inflict damage to one’s computer, some of these softwares include malware, spyware, trojan horses and computer viruses. ( Wikipedia). There are several ways to protect one’s self from internet attacks, for example using a clever password

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    Web Filtering

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    technology, a software product now could filter out web sites from ones viewing. The problem had been solved. Now someone could surf the Internet and not have to worry about coming across offensive a material. However, the solution was not complete, a number of issues have surfaced relating to the controversial and ethical use of web-filtering software. There are many legal and ethical issues surrounding the use of web-filtering software. Globally, different countries use web-filtering software to solve

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    Keep your child away from dangerous websites The Internet is the best way to access abundance information as there are more than one millions websites in the world. Moreover, the internet connects all of the world and not just only in your home country. Most information people want to know can be found on the websites. How can one know their child or their teenager accessed the right website? Many adult website on the internet are free and easy to access. Some of adult website do not need to verify

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    Editing The Internet

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    Editing The Internet Now a days it is common for there to be computers in every classroom. Some people consider this to be beneficial and others believe it to be detrimental. Having access to the internet is great for research and exploration the problem is that it is not always safe for children. This topic is not only important for teachers but for parents also since many children have internet access at home. I say that the internet is not always safe because students may accidentally stumble

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    Free Speech

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    perhaps the most widespread but least recognized threat to our free speech, internet content filters. According to the Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility’s (CPSR) Frequently Asked Questions on filtering, a content filter is one or more pieces of software that work together to prevent users from viewing material found on the Internet and is described by the Electronic Frontier Foundation as a software mechanism for... ... middle of paper ... ...ob at actually restricting access to

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    filtering software, the so-called "Internet Nannies." Being relatively new, the Internet standards of regulation have not been completely set.  Many forms of legislation have been made in regards to regulation, and many are still being developed and decided in courts right now. In particular, the First Amendment protection as it relates to Internet content has not yet been determined ("Internet Filtering Software"). Most of the legislative attempts to control the content

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    Why do you think that?. With a click of a mouse, you can access a lot of information, mostly children. Sometimes an access is bounded and some contents of the Internet blocked or closed. That is Internet censorship. It is control information from being easy to reach it. Parents who wish to protect their children have to use intelligent filtering software that ensuring children are using trusted sites and resource, also deny them from accessing unappreciated sites (Dr.Brenda, n.d.). There are many

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    The Futility of Web Censorship

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    an Australia wide filter for illegal and ‘questionable’ content on the Internet (ABC, 2007). Said plans were met with thunderous opposition and criticism (Moses, 2009), not only because of unfair censorship and possible government exploitation, but also because the filter could cripple Australia’s already comparatively slow Internet speeds (Pauli, 2008). The need for this measure to protect users originates from the rapid increase of content on the Internet. In early 2008, only 18 years after the

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    The Efforts to Regulate the Internet

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    discuss the situations that have raised the need for the Internet regulations, and in particular, Internet content censorship. Then, it shall review the regulatory efforts worldwide, with respect to the local cultures and governmental systems. Also, technological tools for regulating the Internet contents shall be presented. The ethical discussion shall focus on the right to regulate the Internet content, in light of the implications this restriction may have on the individual and common good of the cyber

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