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the Information Society

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Katie Lee

on 6 September 2011

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Transcript of the Information Society

Information Society Team 1 Related
Articles Team Discussion Die Hard 4
: Storyline Social Issues
in Die Hard 4 Imagine the year 2030 What are the BENEFITS and HARMFUL EFFECTS
of information and communiation technologies? Will our future be Utopia or Dystopia? What should we do to make our future Utopia? 1 2 3 Yur'eva Yulia Do you worry that your personal information
is recorded in digital space? Cracking systems and controling them
will happen in the future? HyunHye NA kyungjin Lee Yusol kim hyemi Park ga hee Lee The Surceillance Society
:Information Technology and Bureaucratic Social Control Technology Today: Utopia or Dystopia Technology, Democracy, and the CReation of Community : Die Hard 4 Focus According to of Modern surveillance technology characteristics However, surveillance U.S. government this article… the contemporary Privacy legislation Kevin Wilson Conclusion & Digital Technology as Cultural Solvent Good effects Bad It is possible to guide techno cultural forms along paths
that are humanly agreeable, and democratically chosen. However, it was hard to believe Because… voluntarism in technological change 2 view points about this argument Optimistic pessimistic 'certain essential qualities' modern technology has Utopia Dystopia cyberlibertarianism radical individualism winner-take-all competition Cyberspace democracy Being digital and being free are one and the same shadow no longer friendly Direct engagement with Technical Things Internet Community Democracy Equality Digital divide Will Hold the Who of Technology Power? Community-Based
Endeavors Conclusion an imaginary place considered to be perfect or ideal an imaginary place where life is extremely bad because of deprivation or oppression or terror Bruce Willice is a HERO technology development
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