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Internet Security Problems: The Case of Penzil Vintage Autoparts - ... Both stores network via wireless link to the Osborne Park warehouse for inventory. In addition, each store has an access point so that the staff at each store can use handheld devices (PDAs) to take inventory, and another Access Point (AP) so that managers can use laptops in their office. The incident Last month, the company had to sack its IT Administrator for accessing illicit material (explicit pornography) after her 3rd warning. The administrator became hostile and had to be ejected from the premises by the police....   [tags: network analysis, vulnerabilities ] 907 words
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High School Internet Censorship - High School Internet Censorship     The common image that comes to mind on the topic of censorship is that of book burning. Dating back to ancient times, the easiest way to deal with unwanted writings has been to get rid of them, usually by heaping them into a blazing pyre. In his most famous science fiction novel, Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury warns of a futuristic society where all literature is destroyed under a kerosene flame and the citizens' freedoms are kept in check by the lack of written information....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]
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Online Child Safety Precautions - Online Child Safety Precautions In a society that relies so heavily on technology and the Internet to make life easier, the issue of online safety is often overlooked. Such a small and simple thing as protecting the children of our community from harmful Internet content seems unimportant, but given the fact that the kids in today's society are as computer literate as most adults; there needs to be a re-evaluation of priority. Given the way that technology has become so universal in our culture today, it is hard to believe we ever survived without it....   [tags: Internet]
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Web Censorship - In today’s society nothing can be taken for granted when it comes to accessibility of available information on the World Wide Web, or the internet to most of us. When Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau joined forces back in 1990, after both proposing the use of hypertext systems, to create the World Wide Web, neither could have predicted what they were opening the world up to. This available technology has provided ample amounts of benefit to businesses and society as whole. The one thing not taken in consideration is the ethical, social, and political issues that would arise from the use of it....   [tags: The Internet]
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Internet Addiction - Internet addiction is a growing problem with more and more people. The internet is much more accessible to people now than it was just a few years ago. The internet provides people with entertainment, loads of information, and an escape from everyday life, but like anything else, too much a good thing can be addictive. This paper will cover what internet addiction is, warning signs of internet addiction, problems caused by internet addiction, who develops internet addiction, preventing and treating internet addiction, and safety guidelines for internet users....   [tags: Expository Essays] 1017 words
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Internet Addiction - Internet Addiction Anna is a quiet 18 year old girl. In her spare time, she keeps her social life in full running condition. Armed with the comfort of using a different persona, she logs on to the net, plays games with online friends from around the world, responds to more than 15 email accounts, and dates a bunch of people belonging to every race conceivable. She may be one of the most inactive person in school but as soon as she logs on to the net, she is the most aggressive bitch you´ve ever came across with....   [tags: Papers] 539 words
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Internet Censorship Essay - Internet AccessShould be Restricted to Protect Children - Access to the Internet Should be Restricted to Protect Children       We are now entering an age of computers where people have almost unlimited access to information. There are entire books and encyclopedias that can be purchased for use on personal computers. Information such as stock prices to computer-aided design programs to entire business operations is being used and accessed through the power of the computer. This information is obtained through the thousands of computer programs out on the market, but most importantly, it is obtained by access to what is called the "Internet." The Internet is the term for the ten thousand plus interconnected computer networks throughout the world...   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]
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Internet Censorship Position - Internet Censorship Position We live in a world with many technological advances, such as cell phones, iPods, MP3 players, DVD players, and many major medical advances, too many to name. Perhaps the most important technological advance is the World Wide Web or simply the Internet. Of course like any good thing, the Internet comes with its ups and downs. The internet is a wonderful learning tool. Of course, there are some things, actually a lot of things, that aren’t suitable for a classroom environment, such as pornography, violent material, uneducational games, or even web sites about cheating in schools....   [tags: Free Essays] 389 words
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Different Methods of CyberCrime and Their Effects on Modern Society - Different Methods of Cybercrime and Their Effects on Modern Society The world we live in is more technologically advanced than ever before, with newer developments coming every year. Men, women, and children worldwide rely on the Internet for work, school, play, socialization, and any number of other reasons. Yet, despite the great advantages technology gives to us, with our increased reliance and connectivity comes an increased risk of crime, namely cybercrime (Department of Homeland Security, 2013)....   [tags: Internet Crime, Cyber Crime Essays]
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Internet Censorship: An Attempt to Stop the Inevitable - Censorship on the internet is something we hear about nearly everyday. Whether it is in the news or some internet service provider who mentions parental controls in one of their commercials, censorship is something we are all familiar with. The ongoing debate seems to be if the internet should or should not be restricted. Some feel that the internet's freedom is somewhat anarchic, but at the same time very democratic (Weiner, par.1). The internet is an example of what our government is based on but at the same time represents a lack of organization with no established laws....   [tags: Current Events] 618 words
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Fight to Maintain Freedom of Speech on the Internet - Fight to Maintain Freedom of Speech on the Internet Imagine yourself trapped inside another world, a world where your essence is made entirely of words that can say whatever you desire. You could be young or old, male or female or neither, you are only as limited as your imagination. Now Imagine that someone wants to have a say in what can be said, seen, and done in this brave new world, what would this change, and more importantly who decides what's 'good' and what's 'bad'. In the ordinary and mundane world of real life people have always fought for the pursuit of happiness, free speech, etc....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers] 1401 words
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Freedom of Speech in Cyberspace - Freedom of Speech in Cyberspace: Government Restrictions on Content in the United States of America (this essay is missing the url of each source cited) "Information wants to be free. The Internet fosters free speech on a global scale."[1] Introduction The Internet provides a gateway for an individual to speak freely and anonymously without being targeted to what he or she said. With this said, one of the biggest issues concerning the Internet today is freedom of speech. The issue of free speech on the Internet has been a topic of discussion around the world within the past years....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Internet Essays]
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Television Programing - In the beginning, television programming was free for anybody with a television set and an antenna. Unfortunately, there weren’t very many channels to choose from and they were all loaded with ads. Later, cable companies found success for themselves by charging consumers to pipe an ever increasing number of channels into their homes. But it still seemed like there was never anything good, and it was all still loaded with ads. Now advanced telecommunications technology enables consumers to access television and video content on demand via the internet, provided they have a broadband, or high speed, connection....   [tags: Technology, TV, Internet] 1146 words
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The Movie Industry vs Technology - The Movie Industry vs Technology The Internet and the roles it plays in society Since its conception, the Internet has been a huge market for life uses. It provides some of the greatest resources to educate people around the world such as search engines, databases, and an almost endless expanse for innovation. Being a conglomeration of countless numbers of computers allow users to interconnect with each other, making computers a prominent part of people’s lives. Aside from the home uses, businesses have capitalized on it as well....   [tags: Movies Internet Papers]
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The Growing Threat of Computer Crime - Abstract Computers have been used for most kinds of crime, including fraud, theft, larceny, embezzlement, burglary, sabotage, espionage, murder, and forgery, since the first cases were reported in 1958. One study of 1,500 computer crimes established that most of them were committed by trusted computer users within businesses; persons with the requisite skills, knowledge, access, and resources. With the arrival of personal computers to manipulate information and access computers by telephone, increasing numbers of crimes--electronic trespassing, copyrighted-information piracy, vandalism--have been committed by computer hobbyists, known as "hackers," who display a high level of technical exp...   [tags: Internet Crime Essays]
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Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Issues - Gay Teenagers and the Internet - Gay Teenagers Need the Internet         The Internet serves as a platform for gay teens to express their feelings and concerns about being gay. Beyond the pornography on the Net there are also valuable and useful resources that gay teens can take advantage of. But why are these teens t using to the Internet for support. Most of the teenagers questionned for this discussion indicated that parents are not supportive of a homosexual way of life.   Most people would agree that adolescent years are some of the toughest in a persons' life....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]
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Internet - Challenges of B2B and B2C E-commerce - The Challenges of B2B and B2C E-commerce E-commerce “is the exchange of money for goods or services between companies and/or end consumers” (Hemond-Wilson). The most common image of e-commerce “is that of a web-based catalogue from which buyers can order products and the sellers can receive payment” (Hemond-Wilson). E-commerce has two main forms, which are business-to-business, and business to consumer. B2B e-commerce “is business which is conducted between businesses via some electronic means” and B2C e-commerce “is the exchange of money for goods or services between a company and end consumers using electronic technology” (Hemond-Wilson)....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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The Facilities Offered by Using the Internet to Book a Flight - The Facilities Offered by Using the Internet to Book a Flight Selections of Flights - Once you searched the place you want to go it will give all the information of the flights that are available and going to be available with price on them. Below shows how it look likes; [IMAGE] Once the customer has decided on which day they want to go then the registration form appears online and customer has to fill in and pay by credit card and get the booking reference. Offers - This website has different kind of offers such as Christmas gift voucher, travel voucher, low cost flights and reward earning points....   [tags: Papers] 1456 words
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Freedom of Cyber-Speech - Freedom of Cyber-Speech        Freedom of speech has always been an important issue in American society.  With the advent of the Internet as a high-speed communication device, this issue has become even more prominent in recent years.  This paper will explore the issue of whether the Internet should be censored. Additionally, it will investigate possible methods for undertaking this censorship.               Since 1787, the Constitution has been integral part of American society.  The First Amendment to the Constitution, passed in 1791, reads: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speec...   [tags: Internet Censorship Essay]
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Telekom Malaysia Expansion - The Internet Infra-structure The internet usage is growing very rapidly in Malaysia in the recent years. The internet is well-known as JARING (Joint Advanced Research Networking) in Malaysia. Currently, MIMOS (Malaysian Institute of Microelectronics Systems), a governemt agency is overall maintaining and responsible for the the network backbone for JARING. Due to the rapid growth, the director-general of MIMOS Dr Tengku Mohamed Azzman Shariffadeen has made a press statement lately that under the Seventh Malaysia Plan, the speed of the network will be upgraded to about 20 to 300 times....   [tags: Malaysia Internet Business] 1617 words
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Does Parental Censorship Make Children More Curious? - Parental Censorship, does it make children more curious. “I cannot define pornography,” United States Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart once famously said, “but I do know it when I see it” ("I Know It When I See It."). The word “pornography” comes from the Greek language for writing about prostitutes. However, the etymology of the term isn’t that much of a guide to its current usage since many of the things commonly called “pornography” nowadays are neither actually written nor actually about any such prostitutes....   [tags: internet, family, church] 1617 words
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Totalitarian Society in George Orwell´s 1984 - Although the internet has been one humanities most important and groundbreaking inventions, it creates a totalitarian society. With the internet comes the ability to tap into an infinite net of knowledge that is available to anyone with a device that can connect to it. However, with these vast benefits also come grave dangers. The internet poses a large threat to individual privacy and freedom of expression that has existed in the United States for hundreds of years. The brains of humans are being re-wired with the ‘external brain’ that has been forced into our lives....   [tags: internet, ideas, society, connect] 1487 words
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The Negative Consequences of Pornography - Watching sexual activities through mass media is prevalent around the world. Due to the recent progress of science and technology, pornography has become a more commercialized activity and a source of prostitution. It is nonetheless certain that everybody does not consume pornography for the same purpose. Some practitioners and producers may consider it as a means of subsistence or a re-enforcement of sexual desire and arousal. Pornography is rejected by many religious organizations on a divine and societal moral basis....   [tags: Pornography Essays]
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The Harmful Effects of Pornography - Whether pornography is an excuse to make acts of violence public. A big number of famous scholars, no matter men or women, have given their opinions. Each of them has their own view, but we can sort them into two groups, which are against to serious censorship and willing to convict and uproot pornography. Because of pornography, women’s status can never be equal to men’s. Recently, a revolution about the perception of moral values comes out in the world, which refers to how deep the changes of the method people think and act....   [tags: Pornography Essays] 1630 words
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Internet Censorship Essay - The ACLU and the Child Online Protection Act - The ACLU and the Child Online Protection Act The Child Online Protection Act (COPA) was approved by Congress on August 16, 1998. It is the purpose of this essay to demonstrate how the ACLU destroyed this family-oriented act. Immediately after COPA was signed by the President, the American Civil Liberties Union and a coalition of groups representing publishers, Internet Service Providers, journalists, and the technology industry challenged the law in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics] 564 words
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Censorship: An Obstacle for True Democracy - Censorship has been used by governments and influential groups throughout history as a tool for political and economic gain since ancient times. The Romans thought censorship was necessary to shape the morals of society to match up with government ideals. During the 1500's the Catholic Church banned certain texts that conflicted with the established religion from being read. In these times the idea of censorship was viewed differently that it is today. With powerful organizations limiting information it was often impossible for an average person to obtain literature or hear ideas that vary from state ideals, they probably didn't even know that their information was being censored....   [tags: Internet, Freedom, Government]
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Pornography Should NOT Be Censored - Introduction For the past 30 years, pornography has been a subject that has divided many North Americans as the topic became increasingly controversial with time. The subject makes for a very significant ethical issue mainly because it’s an issue that has the capability of altering our freedom of expression and because it’s a topic that invokes many conflicting values and competing ideas of right and wrong. Furthermore, pornography is also a major ethical issue because many of those that are against feel as though it infringes on societies’ morals as many believe that “viewing even mildly explicit pornography leads to an interest in increasingly deviant material” (McNaught and Renneboog)....   [tags: Pornography Essays]
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Effects of Technology in Human Society - There is a simple way to tell how old somebody is—simply ask him or her the time. If they respond by pulling out their cell phone to look at the time instead of glancing at their wrist, it is likely that they belong to the younger generation. Technology has begun to take over our lives. Not only does nearly everybody have a cellphone—it is uncommon to find somebody who does not own some sort of smartphone. Any data can be accessed from nearly anywhere, any time, in the span of only a few seconds....   [tags: social media, communication, Internet]
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How excessive Internet use increasingly inflicts negative effects on our society - How excessive Internet use increasingly inflicts negative effects on our society "An estimated 147 million people worldwide accessed the Internet at least once a week from their businesses and home--more than double the 61 million who browsed the Net in 1996, according to a recent report by Computer Industry Almanac." The current estimated statistics show that there are over 63 million home internet users, and with the growing importance of the Internet in everyday life, excessive use and its negative effects are growing....   [tags: essays research papers] 705 words
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Pornography and Women Empowerment - Women today have made strides in narrowing the gender gap with men, beating them in college admission (Francis), and reducing the pay-gap between the sexes by about 17 cents on the dollar over the past 20 years (United States). Despite noticeable advances for women, the notions of sexual female taboo and misogyny still remain ever present. Gender roles and sexuality are a major conflict in American politics today. In the race for the republican nomination for president, Rick Santorum has stated that "America is suffering a pandemic of harm from pornography (Friedersdorf).” A self-described crusader for family values, he has also detailed in his writing that "In far too many families with you...   [tags: Pornography Essays]
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Computere Networking: Net Neutrality - ... If an ISP want to affect law in it's favor, then it would be prudent for the ISP to talk to make deals with the politicians in power. Since they would then become invested in that politician continuing to hold power, they would be actively invested in their campaign, and against their opponent. It would be in their best interests to throttle traffic for the opposition and speed up traffic for the politician they made a deal with. This would effectively silence the online presence of the opposition in the areas that these ISPs serve, which creates a massively anti-democratic environment online....   [tags: internet traffic, control traffic] 887 words
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The Shaping Of Cyber And Offline Identities Through Blogging - Blogging can be defined as the process of creating, maintaining, and updating a web journal (web log) and the consequences of the process. It involves reading, writing, more reading, commenting, and other technical aspects of maintaining a blog. Individuals blog for several reasons. One of the most popular reasons is to easily publish and get readers for the his/her writings. There is no pestering editor, and there is no screening process. Anything (s)he needs to convey can be published into the blogosphere with the click of a button, and could reach out to millions of readers....   [tags: Internet Blogs] 1408 words
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Online Pedophiles - Online Pedophiles As the Internet keeps making new advancements, pedophiles around the world are becoming more successful. Access to the Internet is readily available anywhere, anytime, and almost anyplace. A growing number of people within the United States are attaining access to the Internet. Internet use within the United States is predicted to grow tremendously. This brings about a large problem for America’s youth. Children are very vulnerable and chat rooms seem to be the popular place for kids and pedophiles to hang out....   [tags: Internet Crime Computers Essays]
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Susan W. Brenner’s CyberCrime: Criminal Threats from Cyberspace - Susan W. Brenner’s Cybercrime: Criminal Threats from Cyberspace is scary, exciting, and informative all in one book. It takes you on rollercoaster from start to finish as your eyes are opened to the realities of cybercrime and cybercriminals’ capabilities as our technologies have progressed. Brenner’s book is an excellent piece for those that are not savvy about technology terminology and cybercrime. Brenner opens by giving an example of the chaos that a cybercriminal can make and the long distance at which this can occur....   [tags: Internet Crime, Cyber Crime Essays]
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The Connection Between Pornography and Violence Against Women - Since pornography is speech, it is protected by the First Amendment. One of the biggest obstacles the courts have is the struggle to find a middle ground between the opponents of obscenity and defenders of free speech. Since pornography is considered free speech, some view it as telling the hearers what women are worth, it ranks women as things, as objects or as prey. (http://lucian.uchicago.edu/workshops/wittgenstein/files/2008/01/langton- speechactsunspeakableacts.pdf) Others take it as a form of entertainment and escapism storytelling....   [tags: Pornography Essays] 1745 words
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Pornography Does NOT Cause Violence Against Women - Introduction Pornography is a controversial subject all around the world. Part of its appeal is its taboo nature. It has been argued that pornography is harmful. Porn is an underground market that is more or less legal but is it harmful. An article written by Diana E.H. Russell in “Dangerous Relationships: Pornography, Misogyny, and Rape” argues that it is. Diana E.H. Russell is a sociology professor. She has researched the issue and argues that pornography is profoundly harmful. Professor Russell believes that it inclines men to want to rape women and that it encourages them to act out rape fantasies....   [tags: Pornography Essays]
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INTERNET: THE UNEQUIVOCAL LEVERAGE TO THE CHILDREN - Do you know what the meaning of the Internet is. According to Barry (2008), basically it is a global network sharing data in such a way that any computer, anywhere, that is equipped with a modem or broadband. The internet is a massive network of computer from around the world all connected by cable and satellite when users are connected to the internet. Most children have access to the Internet at school or home. In either case, the Internet is viewed as an environmental element with potential developmental impact....   [tags: Internet ] 990 words
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Gap Between Literary Gothic and Pornography - As a society, we are confronted daily with pornographic images, they feature in our newspapers, on our film screens, and even in our novels. This voyeuristic obsession the media holds has for a long time been desensitizing us to depictions of violence and sex, but has it also disabled us in being able to see the difference between what is carefully constructed satire and what is merely pornography. There is probably no text this discussion embraces more in modern gothic literature than that of Brett Easton Ellis’ American Psycho....   [tags: pornography, american psycho, sexuality]
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The Perils of Social Networking - Social networking sites, such as Facebook, promote sharing of personal information, dissemination of potential misinformation regarding activism and leaves users in danger of incurring many other offenses. Before the internet, people’s expectations were only as pressing as the technology that they had at their fingertips. These days, instant gratification is a conceivable reality and many people feel that they must have a cell phone, use email and would be culturally remiss without participation in a social networking site....   [tags: Online Privacy, Internet Privacy, Facebook]
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LGBT Pornography - The LGBT community uses pornography for their erotic needs just like the heterosexual community. Similarly, they are present in pornography just as straight people are present. The lines between heterosexual and LGBT are blurred by the industry though, as Martin Amis from The Guardian writes about what porn-star Chloe tells him her prices are, “girl-girl: $700, plus $100 for an anal toy. Boy-girl: $900. Anal: $1,100. Solo [a rarity]: $500. [Double Penetration]: $1,500” (Chloe quoted in Amis). If a performer can get paid for all kinds of sexual acts, why would they limit themselves to just one....   [tags: Pornography Essays]
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The Economics of Pornography - Steven Hirsch is still a handsome man at age 39; he has a golden tan, long brown hair, and a new black Ferrari. Steven founded Vivid Videos in 1984 when he was 23. Now president of the lucrative company, he discusses brand recognition and foreign licensing rights from his office nestled in the solid middle class community of Van Nuys, California. Steven sounds much like the young Hollywood movie executives not far from his inconspicuous studios ... until he starts listing some of his company's video credits: Ho-tel Pacifico, Lonestar Virgins #9, and Life on Beaver Ave....   [tags: Pornography Essays]
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The Internent Grows More Dangerous - As the internet grows vastly the more dangerous it becomes to its users. With the new advances in technology cyberspace fraud has been increasing. These new advances have made the internet vulnerable to various kinds of e-commerce fraud. New techniques to detect and prevent cyber fraud have been developed to discover and prevent criminals before the fact, rather than after the damage have been done. Individuals and businesses should recognize each new cyber attack and make themselves aware of the consequences each attack can create....   [tags: Internet]
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Freedom of Speech in Cyberspace - Freedom of Speech in Cyberspace Since the public has logged onto the internet there has been vast amounts of information available. Since the 1990s more and more countries have entered into the information age. Due to the lack of freedom of speech in several countries, censorship has now taken on a prevalent role in the suppression of information. Many countries view a great deal of information as a threat if put into the wrong hands and as a consequence attempt to reduce its availability. However, unlike many of its other counterparts, the United States takes a very liberal stance towards the access if information on the Internet, which is protected by the First Amendament....   [tags: Internet Web Cyberspace Essays]
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The Negative Impact of Pornography on Society - Pornography is tearing apart the very fabric of our society. Yet Christians are often ignorant of its impact and apathetic about the need to control this menace. Pornography is an $8 billion a year business with close ties to organized crime.The wages of sin are enormous when pornography is involved. Purveyors of pornography reap enormous profits through sales in so-called "adult bookstores" and viewing of films and live acts at theaters. Pornography involves books, magazines, videos, and devices and has moved from the periphery of society into the mainstream through the renting of video cassettes, sales of so-called "soft-porn" magazines, and the airing of sexually explicit mov...   [tags: Pornography Essays] 909 words
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Let’s Put Pornography Back in the Closet - In her essay “Let’s Put Pornography Back in the Closet,” Susan Brownmiller, a prominent feminist activist, argues that pornography should not be protected under the First Amendment (59). Her position is based on the belief that pornography is degrading and abusive towards women (Brownmiller 59). She introduces the reader to the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment, and explains how it relates to her beliefs on censoring pornographic material (Brownmiller 58). In addition, she provides examples of First Amendment controversies such as Miller v....   [tags: Susan Brownmiller, Pornography Essays] 601 words
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Free Speech - Free Speech “Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by subduing the freeness of speech.” These words were spoken by Benjamin Franklin, one of our nation’s founding fathers, when the United States was still a newly independent country. Free speech, which is defined as the right to express any opinion in public without censorship or restraint by the government, is a subject that is still present in the minds of many people today. At one extreme of the spectrum is a group of folks that do not care the slightest bit about free speech issues and at another end is a group of people who will vehemently fight to protect their right to free speech....   [tags: Liberty Rights Papers Internet Censorship] 2104 words
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The Pornography Debate - Suppose one accepts MacKinnon and Dworkin's suggested statutory definition of pornography. How does one who generally accepts MacKinnon and Dworkin's views on the pervasively harmful effect of pornography, and who accepts a need for legal redress of the harms perpetrated by pornography, deal with pornographic material. The ordinance proposed by MacKinnon and Dworkin would deal with such material by enacting legislation which gives people adversely affected by the works, which clearly fit their definition of pornography, a cause of action against the producers, vendors, exhibitors or distributors for "trafficking", or for an assault "directly caused by the specific work....   [tags: Pornography Essays] 3712 words
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In Favor of the Network Cap - In Favor of the Network Cap Iowa State’s internet administrators had a problem: several computers around campus had been being used as Internet servers for illegitimate data distribution, and these select computers were using a severe amount of bandwidth on the ISU student network. The undeniable fact is that these are students illegally serving copyrighted software and media to people outside the ISU network, and they are taking up an extreme proportion of the network’s available bandwidth. Although this abuse had not yet caused consistent detrimental network problems for many users, the problem was getting worse, and AIT’s network cap decision has halted it....   [tags: Internet Technology Essays] 449 words
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The Government Should NOT Censor Pornography - Pornography is an issue that has and will continue to cause much debate. While there are many people who see pornography as degrading, sinful, and disgusting, there is also a large number of people who see it as a turn on, a form of sexual expression, and entertainment. Webster’s Dictionary defined pornography as merely “the depiction of erotic behavior (as in pictures or writing) intended to cause sexual excitement.” Yet there is still the everlasting question which is “does pornography serve a real purpose, and if so what purpose it that?” continues....   [tags: Pornography Essays] 2486 words
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The Effects of Technology on the Right of Freedom of Speech - The Effects of Technology on the Right of Freedom of Speech Freedom of speech is a cornerstone of democratic political and social institutions. It is responsible for the free flow of ideas and information to anyone who wishes to listen. Freedom of speech supports freethinking and sharing of thoughts, but along with these good characteristics there are also harmful ones. With the positive aspects such as art, journalism, and the pursuit of truth come negatives aspects such as pornography, gambling, and hate and shock sites....   [tags: Rights Internet Papers]
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The Ethics of Spam Prevention - The Ethics of Spam Prevention The user base of the Internet and World Wide Web grows by millions of users each year. In recent years this has created an explosion in the number of Internet email accounts and addresses. Companies such as Microsoft, Yahoo and Netscape have made free email accounts available for the world to use. Many people have multiple email accounts on the web, in addition to those that they may have for business purposes. This increase in the number of users around the world surfing the Internet and using email has created a new problem and a very disturbing trend....   [tags: Internet Computers Technology Essays]
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Beauty Pageant Problems - ... At this point of the show is when the bikinis, sexy cowgirls and cops, and all kinds of outlandish outfits appear. Four year old, Maddy Jackson was publicly humiliated and was referred to by harsh names by the media, due to the fake breasts and buttocks her mother forced her wear. Isabella Barnnett was also publicly chastened by the media when they referred that the little girl was dressed like a “hooker”. It is absolutely unacceptable for the media to characterize these little girls as they do, but the question remains as to why parents find it necessary to portray these precious little girls as they do, considering she is going to remember these actions for the remainder of her life....   [tags: social media, internet, reality television]
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The Government Must NOT Censor Pornography - It goes by many names, from "smut" to "erotic art." It's as old as civilization itself, and is present in all cultures, with or without the approval of those in authority. It takes many forms, finding expression in literature, music, painting, sculpture and theater, as well as in the more modern media of photography and cinema. Its creators range from the anonymous scrawler to the likes of Catullus, Michelangelo, Shakespeare, Titian, and Wagner; and their talents run the gamut from childishly crude to supremely eloquent....   [tags: Pornography Censorship] 930 words
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The New Electronic World - The New Electronic World Cyberspace has become a reality of everyday life. People across the world spend significant amounts of time and effort in the construction, maintenance, and innovation of the Internet. This advancement has created two classes: those who are in control of this new culture and those who are left behind. The fact also remains that there will always be a negative aspect for every positive one. The Internet has shown us technology at its zenith and at the same time, the perverted reflection of our society....   [tags: Internet Technology Technological Papers]
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The Problem of Computer Crime - As our technology has greatly advanced over the past 50 years, our businesses, people, and its governments have been greatly affected by this new technology. With the vast capabilities of computers, the Internet, storage capability, and the manipulation of data, today's world has been changed forever. Although the benefits greatly outweigh the disadvantages, unless we take a more serious look at this new technology, more people will be hurt, from businesses, families, individuals, and most importantly, our children....   [tags: Internet Crime Essays] 2369 words
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Pouring Postmodernism into the Computer - Pouring Postmodernism into the Computer "I can't define it, but I know it when I see it," has become a standard reply to questions that are hard to answer, now serving as the definition of more than just pornography. Postmodernism seems to at times share this elusive definition. To paraphrase Lyotard, its refusal to take solace in and unified form and conventions are partly responsible for its apparently shapeless definition. Paraphrasing Sherry Turkle, computer culture realizes postmodern concepts, especially a realization of those concepts pertaining to the nature of the self (17-19)....   [tags: Internet Technology Essays]
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Privacy and The Internet: Life of Others - As the explosion of internet social media based companies has grown the issue of privacy has been at the forefront of many people’s mind. Privately held information can easily become available to people and be negatively used due to the digital age we are in today. Two of the leading companies in social media are Google and Facebook. This case study analysis explores both Google and Facebook’s privacy policies and issue that has stemmed from it. Google and Facebook recently have taken a lot of backlash from people and governments regarding the way they handle the information they have gathered from the consumers that use their products....   [tags: The Internet]
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The Negative Effects of Internet Addiction - When it comes to the topic of technology, most people will readily agree that it has been growing non-stop at a significant pace. About 16 years ago, technologies, such as computers were not a necessity in mainstream life. Since then, technology has progressed and people have become extremely reliable on. In the essay “What’s the Matter with Kids Today?” by Amy Goldwasser, she talks about the positive aspects of the Internet. Although she mainly focuses on the positive she also contradicts herself and mentions some negative aspects....   [tags: internet] 1674 words
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Increase of Internet Piracy and Hacking - The area of Atlanta contains millions of people, and each person owns personal electronic devices. Common electronic devices may include: laptops, phones, music players, etc. Every household contains at least one of each device. From the IFPI in a BBC article, ninety-five percent of music is downloaded online illegally (“Legal Downloads Swamped”). The population of Atlanta’s area is almost 5.5 million in 2009(“About Atlanta”). Based on the statistics given, it is calculated that 5,225,000 music files for a particular song would have been downloaded from the internet in this city alone, and each file for a song costs almost a dollar....   [tags: Internet ]
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The Internet and User Content - In the January 18th, 2012 New York Times article “The False Ideals of the Web”, Jaron Lanier attempts to take a very difficult issue – one that many view in terms of black or white – and find some middle ground. Unfortunately, what he ends up doing in the article is create an either/or situation, rather than find any middle ground. In the end we are left in the same situation that we started with. In the first paragraph, Jaron appeals to the pathos of the reader; he assumes that the reader is of the generation that has grown up in the digital age, thus they would agree that the most important aspect of the internet is the people who contribute to it....   [tags: Internet]
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Sex, Pornography, and Lolita - Sex is an integral part of society, it permeates the life of every person. In many cases it defines how we act and feel. However, when sex becomes the topic of conversation the conversation becomes uncomfortable and is considered taboo. In this case what taboo means is that the topic, sex, is not up for discussion for fear of social backlash. During the twentieth century, this backlash was often ostracization and shaming. These punishments are not befitting of a topic like sex, sex deserves to be discussed openly and in full view of society as both a medium of expression and an acceptable topic of conversation....   [tags: Pornography Essays]
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Recommendations for Internet Monitoring - Recommendations One point that Chase specifically mentioned as important was “Keeping user profiles limited so that software cannot be installed and the continual monitoring of files and emails for inappropriate content.” There is, however, an unfortunate side effect to this monitoring. Legitimate and useful sites are also being blocked to both student and teachers of the Phoenix Elementary School District (PESD). In the United States, Kindergarten-12th grade schools are required by law to add filters to blocks sites obscene and harmful to minors....   [tags: Internet] 741 words
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