Issue No. 03 - May/June (2007 vol. 11)
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Daniel J. Weitzner , MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Since the Web first became widely used regulating its content according to a single substantive standard has been impossible. Instead, diversity and decentralization rule. To protect children or anyone else from content regarded as inappropriate or harmful, we must find user-centered alternatives that leverage the Web's decentralized social organization.
free speech, Internet pornography, Internet regulation
D. J. Weitzner, "Free Speech and Child Protection on the Web," in IEEE Internet Computing, vol. 11, no. , pp. 86-89, 2007.