On this page you will find articles, links to pages and old Newsletters from this site and other sites confirming what we see happening now was expected and it is indeed speeding up directly after the Pope demanded free speech should no longer be free.
It's not just about porn that the internet should need censorship. I think what's being missed here is that there are more harmful things on the internet than just pornography or sexual images we don't want our kids to see.
The most dangerous things are ones that adults don't know about. For example, pro-anorexia websites, where viewers have access to extreme diets, "inspiring" photos of severely skinny girls, and codes of conduct.
These codes include phrases like "If you aren't thin, you aren't attractive" and " You must buy clothes, style your hair, take laxatives, starve yourself, do anything to make yourself look thinner".
Sure, you can make the argument that parents shouldn't let their kids onto these sites. But the truth is a lot of parents aren't even aware that their child has an eating disorder. Another thing trending on the web these days are suicide and self harm how-to's.
The target audience is mostly teenagers and young adults looking for help in taking their own life.
They can even take a quiz to see which method of suicide is best for them. I think in cases like these, there is absolutely no reason that this information should be accessible.Internet Usage to Promote a Healthy Lifestyle. Every New Year comes new resolutions. For many of us, it is all about losing weight and living a much healthier lifestyle than we have in the past.
Aug 09, · Yeah, i can't believe he's endorsing that strategy of dealing with these people. Holocaust deniers should not be given any sort of validation in any remotely mainstream publication or platform.
US Electromagnetic Weapons and Human Rights By Peter Phillips, Lew Brown and Bridget Thornton. This research explores the current capabilities of the US military to use electromagnetic (EMF) devices to harass, intimidate, and kill individuals and the continuing possibilities of violations of human rights by the testing and deployment of these weapons.
The Great Debate: Should we censor the Internet? Caspar Hewett reports on the proceedings of a discussion held on 26 November at Gateshead Civic Centre Sponsored by Hodder and Stoughton and Well Read Bookshop.
Chair David O'Toole Speakers. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed We’ve all seen the breathless stories about the latest sign of the coming Artificial Intelligence apocalypse, and we’ve all seen the fine print revealing those stories to be empty hype.
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So the internet should not be censored. Its best for all the information to get out, the right stuff, and the wrong stuff.