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HM851.P65 2007
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TITLE: Policing the Internet / Peggy Daniels, book editor.
SERIES: At issue. Mass media
PUBLISHED: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2007.
DESCRIPTION: 141 p. ; 24 cm
NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. 127-135) and index.
NOTES: |t The Internet needs policing / |r David Talbot -- |t Teenagers need policing online / |r Vicki Haddock -- |t Government should regulate the Internet / |r Ronald J. Mann and Seth R. Belzley -- |t Government should not regulate the Internet / |r Michael R. Nelson -- |t Cyberterrorism is a serious threat / |r John Mallery -- |t Cyberterrorism is not a serious threat / |r Joshua Green -- |t Identity theft is a growing problem / |r Sunil Dutta -- |t Identity theft is not a growing problem / |r Brian Bergstein -- |t Internet pornography harms society / |r Richard Jerome -- |t Internet pornography benefits society / |r Annalee Newitz -- |t Social-networking sites contribute to crime / |r Bill Hewitt -- |t Social-networking sites do not contribute to crime / |r Gary Stager -- |t Cyberbullying is a growing problem / |r Rachel Simmons.
SUBJECT: Internet --Social aspects.
SUBJECT: Computer crimes--Prevention.
SUBJECT: Internet--Government policy.
ADDED ENTRY: Daniels, Peggy.

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