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You can find all sorts of information and advice on the internet. If you are unsure, don't know or want reassurance about a relationship, love, or sex problem, you can easily search and find a helpful answer. The internet has allowed people with no one to talk to, to get helpful information from experts and people with experience. A popular web site called Girls Ask Guys is a user base site that allows people to ask other people or search for answers to questions referring to things like flirting, dating, relationships, break-ups, behavior, etc. "Have you ever wondered what pick-up... Continue reading
Posted Nov 8, 2011 at Global Media News
Since the advent of the internet, the federal government has taken many measures to protect the youth. In response to the rise of the internet, the government created the "Communications Decency Act of 1996". It was the government's first attempt to restrict pornographic material online. Things that became illegal: knowingly (A) uses an interactive computer service to send to a specific person or persons under 18 years of age, or (B) uses any interactive computer service to display in a manner available to a person under 18 years of age, any comment, request, suggestion, proposal, image, or other communication that,... Continue reading
Posted Oct 31, 2011 at Global Media News
The internet is vast and unlimited. You can search anything, you can communicate through social networking, you can do anything. With this, not just adults but children use the internet. Their parents either gives them a computer, cellphone, or they access the internet through school or friends. There many dangers, early exposure to adult topics, and contact with unknown persons. Pornography, nudity, sex, indecency is obliviously a big problem. The problem is easy access. You can google anything and you'll get it. There is so much of it, you can inadvertently end up at a porno site, you can be... Continue reading
Posted Oct 18, 2011 at Global Media News
Instead of the all too costly press conference and the complications involved in running a website, many municipalities, states and the federal government have turn to twitter to deliver updated information quickly. Twitter which limit's the amount of text you can post forces officials to filter out non essential information and only post the "cream of the crop". Being so twitter is ideal for posting information referring to emergencies, disasters, traffic alerts, public hazards, etc according to Govtech. The recent Hurricane, Irene is a perfect example of how governments are taking full advantage of twitter. On the Nassau County Office... Continue reading
Posted Sep 12, 2011 at Global Media News
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