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Internet Addiction Disorder - Computer Ethics H2015
Transcript of Internet Addiction Disorder - Computer Ethics H2015
Internet Addiction Disorder
Excessive Internet use that interferes with our daily life
Excessive, non-essential use of the internet that causes psychological, social or physical problems for the user.
The phenomenon of the Internet now being a part of the average person’s daily life
Is Internet Addiction really "good"?
What can we do?
"Save Brain Clinic" - a clinic, which focuses on the addiction in adolescents, all over the world aimed specifically at treating those who suffer from Internet Addiction
Internet Addiction Laws
2006: Law Protection For Minors (China)
- Forbids minors from entering Internet cafes
- Schools should have more computers available for students to use to tempt them away from Internet cafes.
South Korean Parliament will also be passing a law that requires internet gaming companies ban players under 16 from playing between midnight and 6:00 AM.
As of now, there are no national laws in the Philippines related to Internet Addiction.
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1990's: Use of the Internet first took off
Ever since the Internet started, it has been hard to know whether the usage of Internet is normal or excessive.
1995: Ivan Goldberg, M.D., proposed Internet Addiction as a disorder in a satirical hoax
1996: Studies on Internet Addiction started in the United States
1996: Dr. Kimberly Young, Founder and President of the Center for Internet Addiction Recovery, presented the first research on Internet Addiction at a Conference in Toronto
August 05, 2005: Lee Seung Seop death prompted an investigation into the problem of internet addiction in Korea.
2006: Stanford University School of Medicine in Silicon Valley started a research about Internet Addiction Disorder
February 22, 2013: China will define what makes an Internet addict, and spend about three years developing effective methods to intervene in minor online gaming addictions.
Lee Seung Seop - On August 3, 2005, he achieved global notoriety when he visited a nearby internet cafe and died while playing StarCraft for almost fifty consecutive hours. His death prompted an investigation into the problem of internet addiction in Korea, where current estimates are that 4% of children suffer from the disorder.
01 Abellanosa, Christopher S.
06 Balete, Gerald Christian Raphael R.
09 De Jesus, Mark Christian C.
16 Garcia, Himerio Justin G. VII
Date Acessed: June 22, 2013
February 2, 2013 - A 14-year-old boy in China, admitted poisoning his family after his mother banned him form playing computer games.
Internet Addiction Disorder
Park Jung-in - an 11-year-old , who sleeps with her Android smartphone instead of a teddy bear. When the screen beams with a morning alarm, she wakes up, picks up her glasses and scrolls through tens of unread messages from friends, shaking off drowsiness. Throughout the day, the gadget is in her hands whether she is in school, in the restroom or in the street as she constantly types messages to her friends. Every hour or so, she taps open an application in her phone to feed her digital hamster. "I get nervous when the battery falls below 20 percent," Park said as she fiddled with the palm-size gadget. "I find it stressful to stay out of the wireless hotspot zone for too long."
Actions in the Philippines
City Ordinance No. 44, series of 2006 (Marikina City) - all internet café and computer rental shop owners to religiously exercise their authority and rights in prohibiting students and minors renting their computer units during school hours
DepEd Order No. 86, s. 2010 - Prohibiting Students In Public And Private Elementary And Secondary Schools From Going To Computer Shops, Malls, Theaters And The Likes During Their Class Hours
June 12, 2010 - The concern of many Filipino Public School Students cutting classes to play online games or dabbling in social networking sites or even visiting pornographic sites has lead the Department of Education to ordered a tighter watch on Internet cafés, particularly those in school zones, during class hours (eventually came the DepEd Order No. 86, s. 2010).