If they had that amount of control it would be crushing. We would no longer be able to post opinions online if the government didn 't approve. Which would violate our freedom of speech and freedom of press. Now the government should have control to the extent where they aren 't taking down opinions and posts because they don 't like it. Thankfully the government has restrictions on what they can do to the internet.
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury emphasis his belief on censorship and how the future society will be if authority controls the daily aspect of life. Ray Bradbury does this by not allowing anyone to own or read a book, because the society believes that books provide the citizen with unnecessary and false thoughts, if the person is caught with books your whole house is burned and then the individual will be incarcerated. Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 expresses the dangers of censorship through limiting the citizens access to knowledge, removing Constitutional Rights, and establishing a realistic allegory similar to today’s society. There are many dangers how censorship limits citizens access to knowledge in many ways. One danger that people could face is not knowing what we see on the news or in the newspaper’s is actually true, and what people say just to cover themselves up or make someone else look good in the person’s eyes.
Another way sophisticated people wish to censor the book is to ban it completely from impressionable readers who risk having their minds corrupted by such convoluted ideologies. This topic is discussed in the article from Huffington Post Education entitled, “Educate Don 't Censor: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and the N-Word” by Hetert-Qebu Walters,
Censorship can be described as the act of cutting out certain material that can be considered obscene or inconvenient for the community. This material can be found in social media such as in the TV, radio, or the internet. Censorship can be challenged because of the first amendment: freedom of speech. Free expression is the right of expressing opinions and ideas without any fear of being restrained or censored. However, freedom of speech does not include the right to incite actions that would harm others or the distribution of obscene material (Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, 2000).
Suppressing books is an unfair choice and shouldn 't be allowed , actions against suppressing things needs be put to a stop . Books being banned has the potential to continue to decrease , people around the worlds intelligence. Banning books shouldn 't be allowed anywhere around the world globe, it shows censorship and negative publicity toward the press and author 's of literature. Banning literature is suppressive and unfair to all people. The first amendment states freedom of the press doesn 't seem that way in today 's society.
why the NSA is bad some people believe that everything on the internet should be monitored by the NSA, well i believe that is completely wrong and unjust. for a couple reasons.But the main one is that it goes against the fourth amendment in the constitution. The fourth amendment prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures and requires any warrant to be judicially sanctioned and supported by a probable cause, which means that the NSA can 't search your messages,calls,search history, or data unless they have a reason that is lawful and approved by a judge.But in most cases they don 't have it approved. there are more reasons like that it makes some people live in fear and that they think they can 't say what they want on the internet
In the novel Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, one of the main themes is Censorship, a word meaning to take ownership over some type of source, and preventing people from using/reading them because they are sought to be unreliable or inappropriate. In this story, a city is under the government’s control and has very little freedom. Censorship should not be allowed to be placed so strictly because people need their own freedom to read/ do what they prefer. Censorship may sometimes be so out of hand that the government is really just brainwashing people. In this story, the government has banned all books and most types of literature.
Similar to Frisby, this is a regulation of a virtual traditional public forum for a substantial government interest that is sufficiently narrowly tailored to meet that end. Just like the valid ordinance that limited where protestors can picket, Section 202.5 limits where the individual can go, and does not target based on what the message conveyed is. Essentially the statute is content neutral because it regulates one’s ability to access the website in the first place not what is being expressed. Section 202.5 is a specifically a content neutral time, place, manner regulation of protected speech because it bans registered sex offenders from accessing Facebook, which inadvertently limits their expression of speech on the social networking
The Party’s replacement of Oldspeak by Newspeask made many thought words impossible and was therefore used as a mechanism of control. First of all, as started in the above paragraph, the language a person speaks influences how they view the world around them. The Newspeak language was a language developed to replace the Oldspeak language, which was just Standard English language. It was developed because the Party in power discouraged independent thinking and wanted to limit the range of thought. The party did not want the people of Oceania to think about anything else diverging from the Party’s principles and believes, and there was no better way of achieving that than developing a language that everyone would use on a daily basis.
This may be true and their argument is valid, nevertheless, all the negative impacts on one’s physical as well as mental health and social life outweigh the mentioned advantages. Social media has various negative impacts on the physical well being. Excessive use of social media can jeopardize our health. First of all, it should be mentioned that the Internet, for instance, takes time away: instead of morning exercises, one would rather read some new portion of news or check e-mail. People are always staring at their smartphones either for reason or for no reason at all.