`` What Does Occupy Wall Street Have On Do With Internet Freedom And Media Reform? Everything?

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The article I read was, “What does Occupy Wall Street have to do with internet freedom and media reform? Everything.” By Mera Szendro Bok, it discusses how important it is to call for media reform that has the best interest of people in mind, by providing people with news that cover political movements and issues that are happening within communities. For citizens to get the most out of the media, their internet freedom should not be limited, because this enables citizens to communicate and interact with like-minded individuals as well as research that could benefit not only citizens but their communities as a whole.The limiting of content shared in the media oppresses peoples ' rights to receive information, and as a result undermines their freedom of expression. In the article, “What does Occupy Wall Street have to do with internet freedom and media reform? Everything.” by Szendro Bok, she writes, “Access to open communications platforms are critical for the human species evolution and survival.” In stating this, the writer is making a genetic fallacy because the author argues that the lack of internet access could be jeopardizing to the human species, however, such an argument is irrelevant to the topic of making the internet a human right. In making this statement, the writer is also committing a hasty fallacy because the writer is only basing their conclusion based on two situations that he believes are relatively equal.That is where the mistake takes place because…

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