Do you know how to decipher truthfulness of information you find online? The blogger says the millennial generation struggle to do so.
If you feel more like a citizen of the planet, than of a particular nation or creed, this day is for you!
TPP opponents have claimed that under the agreement, “Internet Service Providers could be required to ‘police’ user activity (i.e. police YOU), take down Internet content, and cut people off from Internet access for common user-generated content.”
Log in with Robert Foster as he poses these very questions to some of the most influential and powerful figures who are today shaping the Internet’s future.
The dream is dying, she said, because “we’ve prioritized things like security, online civility, user interface, and intellectual property interests above freedom and openness.” And governments, for their part, have capitalized on the fear of “the Four Horsemen of the Infocalypse: terrorists, pedophiles, drug dealers, and money launderers” to push for even more regulation and control, she added.
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On Tuesday the USPS issued a stamp in honor of the American author Maya Angelou, who died last year. Next to a photograph of Angelou is a famous quote from her: “A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.” How sweet. There’s just one problem: she never said it.