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The uses of web technology has changed the way people communicate with each other and make ethical decisions. But first, what is web 2.0 or 3.0? How can it be used in educational environments?
Gaming is a very popular phenomenon, but is immersed in ethical issues and decisions. But much should be done to foster a positive, fun environment for everyone.
Many online users engage in the Remix culture of sharing copyrighted images and videos.
Jennifer Lawrence and many other celebrities were victims to illegal leaks of sexual content by hackers. The content was shared all over blog sites and forums.
HarperCollins’ e-book policy introduces conflict between intellectual freedom, digital rights management, and the role of Libraries to share and preserve information.
How does Cyber Bullying and harassment affect our children’s future?