November 17, 2007

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November 10, 2007

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October 28, 2007

Libraries, while still an abounding source of information, are not as easily accessible or as fast a source of information as the Internet is today. Students can spend endless hours in a library doing research to no avail. If you were trying to write a paper on a current event, such as the recent September 11th tragedy, you would likely have difficulty locating enough information already in print to write on your topic. However, after using an online search engine five minutes, you could find enough information to write for days on any topic you might choose. A student can access dictionaries, encyclopedias, and atlases from her own computer, which can be a definite advantage. There's also social networks and new avenues for search such as

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. For example, instead of looking for a particular country and simply finding out where the country is in an atlas, students can type in the name of that country, and not only will they find out faster where that country is, but they will obtain more information about that country. The Internet provides information readily and easily on topics ranging from Shakespeare to strawberry Pop-Tarts; whether it be12 a.m. or 12 p.m., the Internet allows flexibility for the busy student.

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Nothing is known for certain about a person accessing
content. There are no signatures or photo-ids on the Internet therefore it is difficult to certify that illegal activities (regarding minors accessing restricted data) are taking place. Take for example a conversation on IRC. Two people could people talking to one another, but all that they see is text. It
would be extremely difficult, if not impossible, to ascertain the gender
and/or age just from communication of this sort. Then if the
conversationalist lies about any points mentioned above it would be
extremely difficult t o know or prove otherwise. In this way governments
could not restrict access to certain sites on the basis of ages. A
thirteen-year-old boy in British Columbia could decide that he wanted to
download pornography from an adult site in the U.S. The site may
have warnings and age restrictions but they have no way of stopping him
from receiving their material if he says he is 19 years of age when
prompted. The complexity in the way information is passed around the
Internet means that if information has been posted, deleting this material
becomes almost impossible. A good example of this is the junk mail that
people refer to as spam. These include e-mails advertising products,
usenet articles that are open for flames. Flames are heated letters that
many times have no founding behind them. These seem to float around for
ages before dying out because they are perfect material for flamewars.

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