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71: Internet Censorship
Internet Censorship From chatrooms to shopping, from banking to stockquotes and even from cartoons to pornography, internet is a place that has no limits and if used properly can bring great joy and can have useful purposes ... web will explode in our faces and communication will change again. People must remember to notice what they have and to take care of it, this they should use with the internet as well. Although censorship on the internet is improving, kids will always find ways to get around access verifications and filters. The american government cannot do anything about this or else they will ban internet for good. So remember ...
72: The Culture Of Censorship In F
The power of one idea is overwhelming. It can change one individual's outlook on a society. Censorship is an example of such an overwhelming idea. That one idea changed the way people in the novel thought. Most people followed the idea of censorship; however Ray Bradbury focuses on one man who didn't. Mindless pleasure seeking and materialism end up destroying the culture and most of the people in Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451. Regardless of who the ...
73: Internet Censorship Laws
Internet Censorship Laws Internet and the kind of information it gives an access to became a very hot topic over the past couple of years. All we hear these days is government trying to pass some kind ... I can understand them, they don't want to have any problems with the government, but why does government try to stop the information from getting to us? I myself was the victim of such censorship. Some time ago I used to have an online journal on the security issues. I had a lot of visitors every day, and a lot of people were getting valuable information. Many of those people ...
74: Advertiser Influence on the Media: Censorship and the Media
Advertiser Influence on the Media: Censorship and the Media Part I Introduction In North America there are 11,000 magazines, 11,000 radio stations, 2,500 book publishers, 2,000 television stations, 1,700 daily newspapers, and seven major movie studios ... to censor the Jaguar Journal article. Part III will discuss research in the area of advertiser influence, including the study conducted by the Marquette University. Finally, Part IV will offer solutions to problem of advertiser censorship. Part II Case Study: The Jaguar Journal The Food and Drug Administration estimates 3,000 youths start smoking every day. Additionally, there has been a 50 percent increase in the amount of eighth and tenth ...
75: Save The Internet
... to be exploited. But, unfortunately, the Internet also has created a haven for the depravity of pornography and hate literature. Therefore, this has called for immediate action and the only solution up to today is censorship. The Internet must be censored to the utmost. Many people complain that censorship is the violation of the first amendment and the suppression of freedom of speech but there is a point where freedom of speech becomes corrupt; freedom of speech only creates an excuse for the vile ... just typing the word "sex" in the search engine and literally hundreds of thousands of listing will appear on-screen, each leading to a smut page. This type of easy accessibility have people calling for censorship (Kershaw). "Most popular images available were of hardcore scenes featuring such acts as paedophilia, defection, bestiality and bondage." (Kershaw) According to Chidley, "In 1994, more than 450,000 pornographic images and text files were ...
76: V-Chip and Television Censorship
V-Chip and Television Censorship There's far too much sex and violence available to our children today. Appropriate steps must be taken to shield our young ones from these dangerous influences. Fortunately Congress and the President have signed into ... heated political battle. The strongest objection raised to the V-chip by its opponents is that it violates the First Amendment Rights of the broadcasters. They claim that the government is imposing a system of censorship that will lead to "blander" and "less dramatic" television.14 I feel that the V-chip is a wonderfull tool for parents to use in raising there kids. I also don't think anbodies rights ...
77: Who Is Free To Choose
... others from sites that may concern objectionable material. There are people who live under the 1st Amendment and they use the Internet as an outlet to express their ideas and to incorporate ideas from others. Censorship of the Internet is wrong because it obstructs other people from accessing what they want to see and it inhabits people s free speech. Censorship on the Internet has been a growing concern for the past three years. The wide range of information available has made it a tempting target for those who want to control what a person can see and read. The Random House Webster s School and Office Dictionary defines censorship as, An official who examines books, films etc., to suppress anything objectionable . (CD ROM) The next question is who is going to decide for the millions of users on the Internet what is objectionable ...
78: What Happened To Our Rights?
What Happened To Our Rights? Censorship in America today has gotten way out of hand. There always seems to be some holier than thou group speaking out as if they were representing the majority of Americans. These groups want to censor ... do. When it comes to watching television, reading a book or magazine, listening to music, or buying products, people should be able to make these decisions for themselves. Where do we draw the line with censorship? After all we are Americans and we do have rights. Although censorship is needed with issues concerning children, majority of censorship is an infringement of our rights because what one person may find offensive and obscene does not necessarily represent all people and adults should have ...
79: Fahrenheit 451 - A Charred Exi
... instead a controlled system that the government is capable of manipulating. In Ray Bradbury s Fahrenheit 451, such a world is brought to the awareness of the reader through a description of the impacts of censorship and forced conformity on people living in a futuristic society. In this society, all works of literature have become a symbol of unnecessary controversy and are outlawed. Individuality and thought is outlawed. The human mind ... future we are on a path to a future of mind manipulation, misused technology, ignorance, and hatred. He challenges the reader to remain open-minded by promoting individualism, the appreciation of literature, the defiance of censorship and conformity, and most importantly, change. Bradbury s inspiration to convey the themes involved in the novel resulted mainly from the social situation of the time. First of all, the novel was written shortly after ... which left Bradbury in disbelief that [we] would go all out and destroy ourselves in this fashion (Moore 103). The writing of this novel was also an opportunity for Bradbury to speak out against the censorship of written literature that was taking place by showing the consequences of it. Bradbury believed that the censorship of books destroyed important ideas, knowledge, and opinions and restricted the world from learning about the ...
80: Censorship: Gradual Loss of Freedoms Promised In The Constitution
Censorship: Gradual Loss of Freedoms Promised In The Constitution I object to the gradual loss of the freedoms promised in the Constitution. This last outrage, the loss of part of our Freedom of speech and assembly ...

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