Essay The Effects Of Internet On Our Society

1964 Words Dec 3rd, 2016 8 Pages
There are conflicting views on the degree of damage that access to Internet can do to our society. A large number of people claim that as more and more people become familiar with Internet, the potential of its damage grows to an uncontrollable rate. Whereas some people claim that any regulation to limit the access of Internet is an act of violation against their first amendment rights. Because in some cases there are no restriction to what can be put one the internet, what can be viewed on the internet, or who can view what is on the internet. Just about anything and everything can be found on the Internet. With something such as the Internet, which contains virtually an infinite amount of space, more is being added than taken away. Therefore with the growing amount of users, the contents grow as well. Different people use the Internet for different things with no worries, because they have the right to. But should everybody have these privileges? With all these people using the Internet, shouldn 't there be a restriction on what can and cannot be seen on the Internet? Some answer yes, some answer no. For many reasons there is no determinant of who is right or wrong. Though many scholars view the Internet pornography as a threat to the well being of children emanating from free access to Internet, yet there are emerging arguments about the constitutionality of legislation to limit public access to Internet. This paper will first address some of the major concerns from…

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