Internet Censorship Mike McKenty, Erin Kelly, Nick Lubsen, Pat Walsh
Censorship on Facebook Privacy regarding “News Feed” and/or Personal Information. Content posted or shared Content Monitered
Censorship on Facebook Censoring pictures uploaded/User Interface Inappropriate pictures are banned If posted, facebook automatically blocks viewers from viewing the picture Myspace not strongly controlled, Facebook strongly controlled.
Censorship on Facebook Student-police relationship Police are permitted to create any fake name they want. Can they convict people for what they post on Facebook? Causes self-censorship or inhibition
Email Censorship Spam programs Block hackers from getting into email. Possibility for these programs to backfire.
Email Censorship Government controlled Allowed to hack into personal accounts. Great debate over this access. Some feel it is an invasion of privacy, others believe it’s to protect the U.S. from foreign invaders.
Email Censorship Bulk email is usually blocked. Advertisements are blocked. Selling email addresses to other companies for money. Precautions for concern of spam.
Censorship Within Google Started in late 1990’s Dramatically risen Controversy in China Google is torn between core values, and profit Censorship is number one barrier
Censorship Within Google Asia and Middle East Google becoming greedy “don’t be evil” philosophy Human rights activist get involved
Censorship Within Google Youtube becoming a problem Renouncing Censorship Google’s growth continues
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