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Pornography Penetrating the European Union

Pornography is a growing trend that is strongly correlated with the use and availability of the internet, increasing amounts of leisure time and increasingly blurred lines between pornographic material and mainstream culture. Pornography’s penetration into the European culture effects the EU’s economy, law, politics and culture; as well as it’s image. Ultimately, the consumption, content […]



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The Communist Party of China and the Internet

In 2014, the State General Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film, and Television issued an order which called for the banning of puns on television and advertising, as well as heavily criticizing their usage online.  Nominally, this ban is the result of a desire to protect the Chinese language from “cultural and linguistic chaos”.  But […]



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Giving Internet to the Middle East

In 2015, there are more than three billion Internet users in the world, with close to two billion computers in use. Technology is ever growing and becoming more integrated in world. During the Arab Spring, that occurred earlier this decade, was an event that showed how technology can destroy and shape a country. Computers and […]



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The Arab Spring And Other Propaganda

The Arab Spring is a term used to describe the uprisings which took place in the Middle East starting in 2011, and which came to a head sometime toward the end of 2013. The expression Arab Spring is a piece of propaganda by itself, with plenty of geopolitical implications in just two words. The period […]



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Government censorship of the Internet During the Arab Spring

Like it or not, the internet plays a huge part in our lives today. It allows us to instantly communicate with anyone, from our friends to larger protest groups. Sites like Facebook and Twitter allow for the planning of events, mass communication and the creation of a community. What do we do when our access […]



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