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 Today, people can do almost everything
on Internet. Or, in other words, people’s
everyday life is about the Internet.
 Using to do micro-blogging;
 Using to share photos;
 Using to watch videos;
 Using to communicate with
friends;
 And…
 Wherever involves social activity, there
will be regulations. Just like we have laws
and police stations, the Internet h...
Is the censorship always
meant to be protecting
us? What if not?
 …the regulations are too heavy to bear?
 …the censorship is set to prevent the
circulation of certain Internet content
...
 Well, in some
area of the
world, the
Internet
censorship is
heavy, and you
CANNOT use
any of the
service on the
last sli...
 Why is the Internet censorship so heavy
in some particular countries?
 Are the heavy regulations really working
well in...
 Wikipedia, (2010a). Internet censorship. Retrieved 28 October,
2010, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_censorsh...
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  1. 1.  Today, people can do almost everything on Internet. Or, in other words, people’s everyday life is about the Internet.
  2. 2.  Using to do micro-blogging;  Using to share photos;  Using to watch videos;  Using to communicate with friends;  And…
  3. 3.  Wherever involves social activity, there will be regulations. Just like we have laws and police stations, the Internet has the censorship.
  4. 4. Is the censorship always meant to be protecting us? What if not?
  5. 5.  …the regulations are too heavy to bear?  …the censorship is set to prevent the circulation of certain Internet content instead of projecting us from harmful information?  …the censorship is up to against the democracy or even the human rights?
  6. 6.  Well, in some area of the world, the Internet censorship is heavy, and you CANNOT use any of the service on the last slide.
  7. 7.  Why is the Internet censorship so heavy in some particular countries?  Are the heavy regulations really working well in those countries?  What are the reactions (or solutions) of the people in those countries that have heavy Internet Censorship? Does it really stop people from accessing certain contents?...etc
  8. 8.  Wikipedia, (2010a). Internet censorship. Retrieved 28 October, 2010, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_censorship  Wikipedia, (2010b). Internet censorship in the People's Republic of China. Retrieved 28 October, 2010, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_censorship_in_the_Peopl e's_Republic_of_China  Wikipedia, (2010c). List of websites blocked in the People's Republic of China. Retrieved 28 October, 2010, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_websites_blocked_in_the_ People's_Republic_of_China
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