Controversies and Critiques

Controversies and Critiques - speech don't always extend...

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4/29/10 Click to edit Master subtitle style Controversies and Critiques On May 30th, 2007 over 500 journals entries on LiveJournal were deleted due to activist protesting “sex-themed discussion groups” according to the CNET article, “Mass deletion sparks LiveJournal revolt” Brought on by activist groups like
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4/29/10 Entries about child abuse, molestation, rape, and pedophilia were deleted due to there content Other entries were deleted simply because they talked about “science fiction, fantasy or user-written ‘fandom’ stories” Outcry over these deletions happened almost Controversies and Critiques
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 4/29/10 * Controversies and * An article by USA Today entitled “Rights like free 
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Unformatted text preview: speech don't always extend online, went on to say that in July of 2008, LiveJournal had eased on their strict control policies. * LiveJournal no allows members to state negative feelings or opinions about one another along with non-sexualized art and breast feeding, mostly due to artists and activist groups like Pro-Mom 4/29/10 Consequences Mass deletion in 2007 was then seen as a mistake by LiveJournal and the company's chief executive issued a public apology LiveJournal made an Abuse Prevention Team in order to monitor content Advisory Board made to make decisions in...
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2010 for the course LEGAL 491c taught by Professor Arons,s during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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