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Social Network Host or Thought Police?

On May 20, 2009 By Rachel Perkins

Facebook is once again in the center of controversy regarding the moral responsibilities of webhosts. This latest debate focuses on whether Facebook should police Holocaust denial groups on its network. Proponents of banning such groups argue that even when they don’t call for violence and racism, these groups are inherently hateful. Facebook has taken [...]

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Few would disagree with the statement that the Internet has led to a global revolution. Ideas and messages can be communicated to millions of others, all around the world, in mere seconds. While this is largely a good thing for now and the future, the Internet age has also complicated the application and enforcement of national and international laws. Copyrighted [...]

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