The Importance Of Internet Censorship

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Register to read the introduction… Hillary Clinton President mentioned in her report, “President Obama defended the right of people to freely access information, and said that the more freely information flows, the stronger societies become. He spoke about how access to information helps citizens hold their own governments accountable, generates new ideas, and encourages creativity and entrepreneurship.” When the Internet is open and free, it is a huge source of knowledge. Therefore, people can easily find information which they need on the Internet, and they do not spend much time looking for it. The Internet’s benefits might not exist anymore when it is censored. In a nutshell, the censoring of the Internet may be correct because of some reasons above. However, it still has some problems. If the government censors the Internet, they will spend a lot of time and money. The government should use that money to solve other problems like helping unemployed people. Besides, people have the right to access the Internet freely. Even in some countries, although the government censors the Internet, people still find ways to use the Internet. In my opinion, a free and open Internet is extremely useful and irreplaceable; therefore, the government should not censor the …show more content…
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