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Content on Internet should be censored. Censorship saves us and our children from inappropriate material.
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Internet must stay free of any censorship. Censorship is suppression of freedom and limitation of human rights.

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In this society more and more emphasis is being placed on technology and the Information Superhighway. More concern is arising among parents about the availability of pornography to children over the Internet. First of all, in many public and private schools and in many homes, children are being connected to the Internet. A thought must be paid to the safety of children on the Internet. Children are gaining more access to the Internet and there are some problems that need to be considered, such as the "risk that a child may be exposed to inappropriate material of a sexual or violent nature."
for2against   it is difficult to supervise children at all times, Internet Censorship saves our children from sexually explicit materials, spetr
for7against   Government can't censor the internet even if it wanted to. It won't work and it's a waste of money to try. And they have no right to do it anyway', a3
for5against   An optional filtering system provides families with the flexibility of electing to have a controlled or open internet., Austim
for5against   How about this? The government already has too much power. Censorship is communism., robufo2000
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Obama is for internet neutraility

Net neutrality is an effort to allow you unconditional use of the internet. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announces a plan to formalize the idea of net neutrality. The move, which supports a campaign promise made by President Barack Obama, will prevent the information superhighway from becoming a toll road giving preferential treatment to those who pay for it.The announcement is predicted to expand the scope of the concept of net neutrality to include broadband wireless service. A formal net neutrality guideline preventing preferential treatment of certain content or services could ...

H.R. 1955 - Homegrown Terrorism Act vs. Internet freedom

Senate Bill 1959 to Criminalize Thoughts, Blogs, Books and Free Speech Across America The end of Free Speech in America has arrived at our doorstep. It's a new law called the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act, and it is worded in a clever way that could allow the U.S. government to arrest and incarcerate any individual who speaks out against the Bush Administration, the war on Iraq, the Department of Homeland Security or any government agency (including the FDA). The law has already passed the House on a traitorous vote of 405 to 6, and it is now being considered ...



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‘Fileless Malware Attacks’ Discovered at 140 Banks
Fileless malware attacks, which were recently discovered in the networks of at least 140 banks, telecoms and governments, account for about 15% of known attacks today and have been around for years in different forms. “Fileless malware attacks are becoming much more common and circumvent most of the endpoint protection and detection tools deployed today,” Gartner security analyst Avivah Litan said. Read the article: Computerworld … The post ‘Fileless Malware Attacks’ Discovered at 140 Banks appeared first on GigaLaw.
Ruling Lets Microsoft Gag-Order Suit Against U.S. Proceed
Microsoft’s lawsuit against the Department of Justice will continue, according to a ruling from Western Washington District Court. The ruling is a crucial early hurdle for Microsoft’s case, which argues that the government’s gag-ordered searches of Microsoft accounts violates the constitutional right to free speech. Read the article: The Verge … The post Ruling Lets Microsoft Gag-Order Suit Against U.S. Proceed appeared first on GigaLaw.
Advertising Board Says Comcast Should Stop ‘Fastest’ Claim
Comcast’s claims that it offers the “fastest Internet in America” and the “fastest in-home WiFi” risks misleading consumers and should be stopped, according to an advertising watchdog administered by the Council of Better Business Bureaus. The ruling from the National Advertising Review Board found that Comcast’s reliance on Ookla’s Speedtest.net data masks important details that undermine the cable giant’s marketing. Read the article: The Washington Post … The post Advertising Board Says Comcast Should Stop ‘Fastest’ Claim appeared first on GigaLaw.
FBI Lawyer Says No Planned Changes on Encryption Policy
Donald Trump’s White House has discussed encryption policy with the FBI, a bureau official indicated. James Baker, the FBI’s general counsel, said he is unaware of any planned changes on encryption policy under the new administration. Read the article: The Hill … The post FBI Lawyer Says No Planned Changes on Encryption Policy appeared first on GigaLaw.

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