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  • Violation Of Constitutional Rights The Internet
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    Free Speech on the Internet Protection or violation of Constitutional Rights The Internet, becoming available to civilians in 1991, has become a regular part of life for most people. It is also a forum for many people to speak their minds without being censored by the government or other global agencies. A number of enterprising people have also made it a haven for pornography distributors, which although distasteful, is not illegal. Lately Senators Dan Coats and John McCain have been trying to ...
  • Internet To Self Rate Their Speech
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    FREE SPEECH AND THE INTERNET In December of 1997, the FBI learned from a confidential source that a Maryland, male resident possessed child pornography. FBI agents obtained a search warrant and found that he had more than 100 pictures of naked children engaged in sexually explicit activity that he downloaded from the Internet. Just earlier in June (same year), the Supreme Court ruled in Reno vs. ACLU that the Communications Decency Act, which basically made it a crime to broadcast anything indec...
  • Internet User
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    Most of us have used it. Most of us find it useful, Some of us find it entertaining. Some of us find it offensive. It is the Internet. The Internet has dramatically changed our society. It brings together people and their ideas from all around the world in a short amount of time. It is expanding daily to allow new ideas and thought's to be transmitted quickly and easily with the single click of a button. One can find information on almost any subject there. Yet many people are trying to censor i...
  • Hate Sites On The Internet
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    The Internet is the largest and most accessible form of mass media available today. It allows anyone with a few simple tools to consume, and produce, information and ideas to millions of people at a practically non-existent cost; however, with the Internet growing at such a fast pace, controversies are arising because of varied types of speech can be easily distributed to children. And the most debatable issue is the banning of speech, which are often found offensive to minority and women, advoc...
  • Internet Speech
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    Modern America has been advancing since the technology boom, and one of the biggest changes that came from it was the invention of the computer. Along with this led the way for the Internet, the fastest growing object that the government can t control. Without this control over the Internet becomes a big problem, how far can we take the first amendment on the Internet If the Internet is accessible by mostly all family's can and should they have the right to speak what ever they want to This is a...
  • Case On Godfrey Vs Demon Internet Ltd
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    The world of cyberspace is a fast developing new universe of information, this information can flow between two computers sitting next to each other just as easily as it can flow between countries or right around the world. In this world where the information kept on a disc can be more valuable to a company than the company itself, regulation and control of the flow of this information is very necessary. The Internet soon after its creation became the world's central location for piracy, and it ...

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