İnternet Kısıtlaması Hakkında İngilizce Yazı Kompozisyon
İnternet kısıtlamasıyla ilgili ingilizce yazı
Accessibility of information is one of the Internets fundamental features. Never before have so many had access to so much. Herein lies the paradox; while this increased level of information accessibility is one of the Internets greatest strengths, it is also one of its greatest possible weaknesses. Because this new medium grants more access to the individual, now more than ever, the power and responsibility to censor rests in the hand of the user. While the debate on Internet censorship is complex, it is worth exploring. Through a careful examination of the issues, one can gain the knowledge necessary to make informed decisions on how to responsibly use this awesome tool.
Like the invention of the printing press before it, the Internet is a technology capable of changing the way the world functions by releasing information to the masses. Prior to Gutenbergs printing press, only a select few had access to the Bible. This monopoly of information allowed a small group to exploit and abuse the masses through the process of nondisclosure. In the same way that the printing press liberated millions from religious tyranny, the Internet has the ability to further empower a new generation in many areas by increasing the accessibility of information. The possibilities for low cost, widespread education are boundless. The applications for business are endless. The opportunities for consumers to gain new and better ways of shopping are becoming apparent. All of these goals can be realized through the constructive use of the Internet.
The freedom of expression movement argues that people have the right to express their views regardless of how offensive they may be. Conversely, many see a need for limits to be set on the amount of exposure some of these messages can gain. While the principle of free expression may be theoretically appealing, the accessibility of some of this material often poses moral dilemmas. Should a child have access to explicitly sexual or violent material? Should a hate group, like the Ku Klux Klan, be allowed to use the Internet to further their racist causes? Should a terrorist have access to directions on how to make a bomb? These are just a few of the many tough questions raised by the censorship issue. In addition to these rather flagrant abuses, there are many more subtle and complex issues such as salary exposure or the publication of health records.
The Internet is a reality and consequently, debates about censorship will arise. When examining the issues it is important to recognize both sides of the argument, only then, will the individual be able to find a balance between the opposing views presented here