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  • Freedom Of Speech On The Internet
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    The United States of America was founded over two hundred years ago on the basis of freedom. Freedoms, which were wrote into, and are yet a part of the Constitution of the United States. Under the First Amendment of the Constitution, many freedoms are granted to the citizens of this great nation. Such freedoms as those of speech, religion, press, petition, and assembly are granted to all free citizens. But, where do our freedoms begin and end when it comes to the Internet How can a small group o...
  • Same Level Of Privacy On The Internet
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    A person has a right to solitude and freedom from prying public eyes, in other words, to privacy. The definition of privacy in the Webster's Dictionary is defined as "isolation, seclusion, or freedom from unauthorized oversight or observation". In the essay " The Price of Admission: Harassment and Free Speech in the Wild Wild West", Stephanie Brail discusses how online harassment has become a media headliner in the last few years. There are many reasons to hide your real identity when you use th...
  • Internet Tax Freedom Act
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    Internet Laws There are a lot of debates dealing with laws concerning the Internet. Privacy and censorship are just two of the main points of argument. While searching through this information, I found it difficult to actually find new laws concerning the Internet. There are many ongoing debates that I am sure will reach legislation. I found the CNN website to be the most help. I used other search engines, such as Google and AllTheWeb, but I mostly got personal websites about their own opinions....
  • 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...
  • Similarities Between The And The Internet
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    Big Brother is Watching: Get Over It! In George Orwell's book, 1984, the very existence of every person is scrutinized by their form of government called the Party. The main character, Winston Smith, is constantly monitored throughout his daily life by the, "an oblong metal plaque like a dulled mirror" (1), placed strategically so that it can see and hear everything that is going on around him. In America society today we are seeing a movement that can be classified as "Orwellian" as it relates ...
  • Sales Tax On The Internet
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    S T English 1 A - Composition Grade: B+Taxing the Internet is necessary The internet or the Global Electronic Infrastructure has now been around for about a decade already and it has already changed how we live our lives. Over the next decade, we will find that almost every aspect of our lives including education, health care, work and even leisure activities will be affected. We have already seen this occurring with the increasing use of: cell phones, pagers, GPS systems, PDA's, and many more g...
  • Regulation Adjustments To Censor The Internet
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    Should the Internet be censored? From colonial times to the present, the media in America has been subject to censorship challenges and regulations. The Internet has become a vast sea of opportunity. Everyone is seizing the moment. The good and the bad of society have reduced the meaning of the Internet. Menace threatens each onlooker, as people browse the many pages of Cyberspace. As the new technological advances help to shape our society, one cannot help but think of the dangers waiting to pr...
  • Impossible To Censor The Internet
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    Censorship - the act or policy of censoring. To censoring - to examine, control, delete or omit the content of. (Words myth English Dictionary-Thesaurus, 1998) This is the official definition of the censorship, as people know it. It is important to concentrate on the deleting part, because in 1994, after the APRA NET was turned off and the Internet became a public commercial network, people started to worry about decency of the World Wide Web. So, the U.S. Congress issued several bills (such as ...
  • State And Local Sales Taxes
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    Argument: Not taxing Internet Commerce would deprive state and local governments of Revenue that is essential to community services and projects. Yes, The Internet is the future. It is growing at a phenomenal rate and new businesses are popping up every minute. According to the Treasury Dept., in 1998, approximately $7.8 billion was spent over the Internet. However, they expect that number to exceed $70 billion this year, $300 billion by 2002, and reach $1.45 trillion by the year 2003. This expl...
  • Internet Tax Freedom Act
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    The Internet (or "Information Superhighway") has grown quite beyond the novelty that it was once thought to have been. The Internet is no longer the playground of computer techies or pocket-protector wearing nerds. The Internet has become a community forum, a place of business, a vast source of information, as well as a constantly changing source of entertainment. From its beginnings, the highway has avoided any semblance of order (Kahin and Keller 23). No one owns the Internet, and no one contr...

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