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El mundo de el Internet afuera de los Estados Unidos

The population of the world right now is about 7,115,393,380 and the population in the US is about 315, 816,000. This means that there are about 6 billion people living outside the US. According to the article from USA Today … Continue reading

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The Great WiFi Hope (get it?! “The Great White Hope” …. Wifi Hope …. forget it)

Please forgive my relative lateness to this blog post party, I posted this accidentally to my blog and not the class blog. The great hope of the Internet is the exchange of information free from geopolitical borders. But as Palfrey … Continue reading

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To Censor or Not to Censor

The Internet is filled with all different kinds of content. Whether it be a social media page, a blog or a website there is bound to be racist, offensive and inappropriate content within these pages. According to one of our … Continue reading

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This week our class discussed regulating the internet.

This week our class discussed regulating the internet. Obviously there are pros and cons of regulating the internet. My question is, do they pros outweigh the cons?   First I’ll start with a some Pro’s of regulating the internet: Terrorism, … Continue reading

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Me, Myself, and Self-Regulation

When I think back to the first few days of class and starting up my first Twitter account, I vividly remember how aware I was of what I was posting. I wouldn’t allow myself to type anything vulgar or make … Continue reading

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