Supporting the Communications Decency Act of 1996, Section 230
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Communication Decency Act of 1996, Section 230 Name: Institution: Background Information Within Communication Decency Act (CDA) of 1996 is spelt one of the most valuable tools for the protection of freedom of innovations and expression on the interment. This was an amendment on the Act since the initial and original purpose of the legislation was to restrict free speech on the internet.
Freedom of Speech, Press, and Assembly: Today and Tomorrow
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However, this sort of advancement in communication was not foreseen by our predecessors, especially our Founding Fathers whilst formulating the… ??s equivalent arises, as does the question of increasing concerns that come up where civil rights and law enforcement agencies clash whilst dealing with social media and the World Wide Web. It may be argued by civil…
Law assignment: Potential legal issues in starting a social network site
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It creates powerful ways for the users to communicate, share information, and meet new people through the Internet. However, as social networking sites are growing in popularity,… Some of the potential risks that might exist when starting a social networking site are criminals may steal members’ personal information and pretend to be one of them. And Internet…
Law and Policy Case Study
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Law and Policy Case Study Digitol IT Solutions Ltd is a software development company in the Washington, DC that deals with the creations of various types of software which it sells to other companies and organizations. Being an IT firm, Digitol IT Solutions Ltd has devised some organizational policies to enable it to carry out its business without fear of breaking the law.…
Indecent Behavior
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Studies in this regard prove that a number of reasons are there behind it and one among them is the media especially television. As it is a very common media and has a… 439). The attraction towards indecency through media is increasing day by day. Studies concerned with internet utilization prove that the sites which provide access to sexual materials have…
Information Law Master Essay
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Information explosion has occurred with the wide and global reach of the internet. All categories of information are now available on the internet in electronic form with rapid communication and easy accessibility. Internet has shrunk the world remarkably.… While some of this vilification might have concrete basis oe simple retaliation; a good proportion of it…
Legal Questions College Essay
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The plaintiff can sue the Interactive Week, for publishing the article in print on December 21, 1998.An online version of it was posted on December 22, 1998. The list of disputes included a vital issue within them .That was, if the email was actually sent and also received by the concerned parties. … Now as individuals can sue each other for defamatory or…
Business law case study
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Issue: Can Big Ben pay his debt to Jettison, Inc. by allowing Jettison to receive payments due and owing Big Ben, Inc. from a separate contract that Big Ben, Inc. had entered into with one of the Big Ben's own customers five years ago Yes. A novation can make this possible.… The nature of the transaction is dependent upon the agreement between the parties. A…
Perils of Social Networking
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Different social networking sites are significant in connecting people and thereby improving their interrelations. However, these sites… The research problem endeavors to ascertain the assorted aspects that make various social networking sites become disadvantageous among miscellaneous societal members, particularly the young (Azriel, 2011). The study will…
Business Lawl
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Under the US contract laws, parties are free to make an agreement. However, an agreement can only be legally binding if it contains the essential requisites of a contract such as valid consent of both of the contracting parties, lawful subject, and lawful consideration.… When one of the parties failed to perform his or her obligation in a valid contract where…
Should censorship be sometimes justified
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(Subject) Should Censorship be Sometimes Justified? The question of censorship – the control of information and ideas by the government or its agencies - has vexed generations of Americans since the founding of the United States.… The government must have powers to censor sensitive security information, such as the military strategy, deployment of forces, and…
Censorship, The First Amendment, and Free Speech
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The amendment restricted the congress from making laws which hinder the establishment of religion or restrict the free exercise of citizen. However, there are several kinds… Regulation of the general speech is censorship but regulation of evil and illegal speech is not censorship. The government should control some internet content such as hate sites,…
Rating Sites
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The Internet makes information very easy to get for anybody, but there are also some sites, which can be manipulated to give us false information. The rating sites are some such sites. Sacha Pfeiffer asserts in her article in the Boston Globe, (1.4.2009), "Ratings Sites Flourish Behind a Veil of Anonymity "that it all started with sites in which students rated their teachers anonymously.…
Computer Forensics
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With the rise of Internet usage in this Information Age, there corresponded a proportional increase in its misuse. These are called cybercrimes, or those crimes done via the Internet. This paper begins by identifying the scope of cybercrimes and famous examples.… We live in borderless world. Although people our bounded by geographic terrain, the World Wide Web…
Freedom of Speech on the Internet
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The First Amendment to the Constitution is the most recognized and recited of the Bill of Rights within both political and social realms because it is the most essential in preserving the uniquely American freedom the Founding Fathers envisioned. The First Amendment effectively guarantees free speech, freedom of the press and religion.… The constant battle for…
The Greater Freedom
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This research will attempt to cover the following questions comprehensively: “What is the best way to involve the citizens in expressing their views on the efficiency of governance?” And “How will the law be inclusive of the different cultures in the nation?” … To begin with, the influence of the political class on judicial proceedings will be limited or…
Internet Defamation
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In the paper “Internet Defamation” the author discusses whether internet defamation is significantly different from print or broadcast media defamation. He will also consider some cases of online defamation in order to understand the legal points and issues regarding online defamation properly.… Another different between internet defamation…
The Greater Freedom
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The current research "The Greater Freedom" will attempt to cover the following questions comprehensively: “What is the best way to involve the citizens in governance issues?”And “How will the law be inclusive of the different cultures in the nation?” … To address the intricacies arising from the freedom of expression, several…
American Governement- Freedom of Speech
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The First Amendment to the Constitution is the most recognized and recited of the Bill of Rights within both political and social realms because it is the most essential in preserving the uniquely American freedom the Founding Fathers envisioned. The First Amendment effectively… The constant battle for the preservation of free speech has most recently been…
Are We Abusing Our Free-Speech Rights
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Instructor name Date Are We Abusing Our Free-Speech Rights? Introduction The First Amendment to the Constitution is the most recognized and recited of the Bill of Rights within both political and social realms because it is the most essential in preserving the uniquely American freedom the Founding Fathers envisioned.… This fundamental freedom must be…
Government Control
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The paper sheds light on the control of the US government over information systems management. An attempt has been made to analyze the issues of security breaches and the steps taken to tackle them. The rising vulnerability of information that is stored in databases is also discussed.… The various laws and acts issued by the government to control the content…
Cyber Stalking
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The difference between these two crimes is in the method or perpetuation. It used to be just plain stalking-following and watching a person doing his or her routine… The trends in cyber-stalking based on 2008 figures also indicate that most of the cases have been carried out in Social Networking sites like Facebook and MySpace and also in Craigslist…
Art and Morality
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Name 8th December 2011 Art and Morality The first amendment to the USA constitution gives all citizens of USA the freedom of speech. Provisions like the first amendment which allow free speech are made in almost all the modern constitutions of the world.… Artists are the ones who have to normally face the brunt of this censorship. Whether you consider the…
Policing The Internet
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The internet has been responsible in globalizing information and communication technologies. People use the cyberspace in many creative and fruitful ways like to transfer information, and connect people through cheap online communication channels. However, this seemingly placid cyber world has a dark side.… Even an innocent research in search engines can turn…
Who Should Be Responsible For Policing The Internet
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People use the cyberspace in many creative and fruitful ways like to transfer information, and connect people through cheap online communication channels. However, this seemingly placid… Even an innocent research in search engines can turn out to be an accidental sexual offense. Aggressive marketing ploys of many pornography websites trick online users to…
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