Child Pornography - 327 words
Pornography is a serious issue that will never be ignored or dismissed. Focusing directly with child pornography. Pornography, viewed by an adult is a pill stimulating the mind, inducing sexual arousement and pleasure, but when a child views pornography, an affect of social behavior starts. This child not only represents him or herself in the world, but also represents the worlds youth altogether. Often pornography is the first exposure children have to sexually explicit subject matter, so it can set the standard for normal or appropriate sexual behavior. Teenage boys are the biggest consumers of pornography. Teenagers dont just look they learn from pornography. The use of sexual media is cl ...
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Child Pornography Press Release - 1,519 words
I am Nancy Cohen, wife of Ivan Cohen, who was charged and convicted of possession and distribution of Child Pornography. Last week, Radio, TV and the newspapers stated the court of Appeal decision to uphold the conviction, but, to reduce the sentence from 14 months in jail, to 14 months of house arrest. After 4 years of silence, I, my husband and our children want our side of the story told. This wont change what has happened, but, as a family, we want the community to know the facts that were never told. In July of 1997, and during the raid of our house, over 1,200 floppy diskettes were seized, along with all our computer equipment, hard drives, CDs, printers, right down to power bars, as w ...
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Child Pornography Press Release - 1,484 words
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Sex And Violence In Media - 1,291 words
... u order. Like Playboy, it is an added extra and there should be no monitoring what so ever. Hence restrictions would violate the first amendment. Another way the First Amendment is violated is when the government tells broadcasters how much educational television programs they should produce and what time slots they should use for such programs. Jeff Baumann, the general counsel for the National Association of Broadcasters that, "It takes away the discretion of the broadcasters." Another reason why there should be no restrictions on cable is the plain and simple reason of the extra cost involved. You're paying extra for the channel which in return should be a guaranteed form of free spee ...
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Computers and Crime As our technology has greatly advanced over the past 50 years, our businesses, people, and its governments have been greatly affected by this new technology. With the vast capabilities of computers, the Internet, storage capability, and the manipulation of data, today's world has been changed forever. Although the benefits greatly outweigh the disadvantages, unless we take a more serious look at this new technology, more people will be hurt, from businesses, families, individuals, and most importantly, our children. Even as new technology has created more uses for its users, firewalls, password protections, and new programs to safeguard our children when viewing the Inter ...
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Children And The Internet - 1,807 words
Although the U.S. created the Internet in the 1960s as a communications tool for the military, it was not until after the government opened it to the public in the late 1980s that the Internet became a unique communications phenomenon. Nobody could predict the speed by which people all over the world grabbed onto this new form of technological communication. In 1995, there were an estimated 56 million Internet users worldwide; by 1999, this figure is expected to rise to 200 million. This tremendous growth has caused something our world has never seen before; for the first time in history, the governments of this planet are facing something that is larger than all of them combined . . . and t ...
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Fortogragy - 1,210 words
In the September issue of The Forerunner (Vol. X, No. VI ), we examined the relationship between pornography and violent crime in an article entitled "Mass Murder and Pornography - Are They Related?" Since the publication of the September issue, we have received a number of responses challenging the claim that pornography and violent crime are related. These responses implored us to use real, honest and acceptable facts in defending this position. As a follow up to the many questions generated by this article, we have decided to give a more complete overview of the research that has been done in this area. Defenders of pornography argue that it is not harmful, and thus should not be regulate ...
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Internet Censorship - 1,706 words
Surfing the Internet is like strolling through a library. With just one click of the mouse, a person can enter an amazing world of information. The Internet takes away the inconvenience of having to drive to the public library, plus, the Internet is open twenty-four hours a day. But, not only can a person research information on the Internet, he can shop for products, read the latest news and stocks, meet new people, not only in the United States, but in other countries as well, look for a job, and more. With the many application of the Internet, so many more opportunities for individuals exist. Also, a new meaning of Its A Small World After All comes to mind when surfing through the World W ...
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Heroin Chic - 1,017 words
The problems that face the today's society have lead to many controversial issues. This is especially prominent when dealing with the fashion industry. For instance, the latest in thing, "heroin chic", has stirred up a large amount of tension between retailers and consumers in the United States. This shortly lived phenomenon has proven itself both deadly and profitable for all those involved. This hazard involved in the pursuit of fashion is the perfect example of how fashion influences society. Within the past two years, the issue of "heroin chic" has been mentioned with growing concern in the fashion industry. Designers are purposely portraying the lives of supermodels, such as Kate Moss a ...
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Child Prostitution And Pornography In Southeast Asia - 1,741 words
Child pornography and prostitution are two of the most disturbing issues in the world today. Millions of children, in virtually every country in the world, become victims of sexual exploitation. Access to child pornography and prostitution in Southeast Asia has increased during the 1990s due to the lack of government legislation and enforcement protecting children. Japan is the worlds global leader of child pornography on the Internet, whereas Thailand is famous for its sex tourism industry. Most if the children who fall victims to this horrible industry are forced by their parents to help pay off the family debt. Child pornography is the consequence of the exploitation or sexual abuse again ...
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Improving Cyberspace - 1,994 words
Thesis: Though governments cannot physically regulate the Internet, cyberspace needs regulations to prevent illegal activity, the destruction of morals, and child II. Illegal activity online costs America millions and hurts A. It is impossible for our government to physically 1. One government cannot regulate the Internet by 2. The basic design of the Internet prohibits B. It is possible for America to censor the Internet. 1. All sites in America receive their address from 2. The government could destroy the address for inappropriate material. 3. Existing federal laws regulate BBS's from inappropriate material. III. Censoring the Internet would establish moral standards. A. Pornography onlin ...
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Values Of White Trash - 1,391 words
Coming home from an exhausting day at work, you sit in your recliner to relax as you hear foul shouting blurting from your childs bedroom. Curiously you walk towards the room to find the shouting coming from the guests on the Jerry Springer Show. You think to yourself, why is my child watching daytime talk shows, or as the majority refer to it, Trash TV. The storm clouds have been gathering for quite some time now. Is the end near for Trash TV? Concerned viewers, legislators, and press are worried about television show content in general, however, some of our trashy Talk Shows have received more than their fair share of attention in the last few years. What Im concerned with is, What are the ...
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Porography - 2,302 words
In the late seventies, Our Nation became shocked and outraged by the rape , multilation, and murder of a dozen young beautiful girls.The man who was mainly responsable for these murders, Ted Bundy, who was later apprehended and executed.During his detention in various penitentiaries,he was mentally probed and probbed by phycologist and phychoanalysts hoping to discover the root of violent actions and sexual frustrations.Many theories arose in attempts to explain the motivational factors behind his muderous escapades.However, the strongest and feasible of these theories came not from the phycologists, but from the man himself, "As a teenager,my buddies and I would all sneak around and watch p ...
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Impact Of Child Abuse - 1,638 words
The impact of abuse reaches all levels of a childs emotions. The two most common emotions are confusion and guilt. Confusion is usually the initial reaction of the child. They will usually wonder what is going on or if this is right or wrong. For a young child these types of questions can be a huge burden on their physcological development. Once the abuse begins the victim experience a tremnedous conflict with their emotions. They feel pleasant due to the attention they are recieving from the parent, as well as the sensual pleasure. On the other hand they experience pain, guilt, and anger for what is being done to them. The questionif this is right or wrong is the greatest conflict within th ...
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Child Abuse - 1,076 words
Child abuse is the intentional, unexplainable infliction of physical, moral, and sexual pain and suffering on a child. It is caused mainly by parents who were maltreated as children themselves. Causes also include stress, poverty, and/or unemployment. There are many cases of abuse, but those such as Elisa Izquierdo's stand out. Child abuse consists of various different causes, types, and cases. There are many causes for child abuse, but some project over the rest. In some cases children are mistreated when parents or caretakers have maladaptive responses to stressful situations or feel powerless. Searching for relief, they may hit someone with even less power than them, and these are often c ...
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Prostitution - Thailand/canada - 1,023 words
... is if they are exiting prostitution. Although prostitution is legal, the government and authorities view on prostitution is mainly abolitionist. They provide no areas in which females are able to traffic their bodies according to the legality of the law. All actions that hint prostitution or lead to it are illegal, while there is no prohibition of prostitution itself. What is left is a system that is un-inviting to the trafficking of female women and a society (like almost any other) where it is impossible to abolish prostitution completely. Although the Government has made an attempt to keep it behind closed doors, there are not enough venues for these women to conduct their business (o ...
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Understanding Sexual Addiction And Possible Treatments - 1,781 words
Men and women who have or exhibit excessive or unusual sexual urges or behaviors can be considered sex addicts. An example would be a man who sits at his computer and engages in Internet pornography, regardless of the fact that he is married and his marriage is suffering because of his activities. Another example would be a woman that engages in extra-marital affairs, knowing this could end her marriage and possibly result in her being infected with a sexually transmitted disease. These are just two examples of possible compulsive sexual behaviors. To complicate things, sex addicts frequently exhibit other indulgent or addictive behaviors such as drug abuse, gambling addiction, alcoholism or ...
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Senate Filibusters - 1,040 words
On Sunday April 24th Senate majority leader Bill Frist was rallying the religious right against what Frist has called, judicial tyranny to people of faith. 1 This just in folks, the left hates religion and the right wants to dismantle the court system. Get real; the wackos on both sides of the issue are both out of their minds. So when you peel away the layers of talking points and rhetoric, what is the deal with the judicial nominees and where does everyone stand? At issue you have seven judicial nominees that have been called into questions by the Democrats. In President Bushs first term he nominated 205 judges for positions at the appellate court level and mouthpiece for the left, Harry R ...
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The Internet: Its Effects And Its Future - 3,026 words
Internet, its effects in our lives and the future of the Internet: The Internet is, quite literally, a network of networks. It is comprised of ten thousands of interconnected networks spanning the globe. The computers that form the Internet range from huge mainframes in research establishments to modest PCs in people's homes and offices. Despite the recent hype, the Internet is not a new phenomenon. Its roots lie in a collection of computers that were linked together in the 1970s to form the US Department of Defense's communications systems. Fearing the consequences of nuclear attack, there was no central computer holding vast amounts of data, rather the information was dispersed across thou ...
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The Internet: Its Effects And Its Future - 3,018 words
... ies and homes safe harbors from sexual pedophiles- people whose sexual fantasies focus on girls or boys- from around the world. In the past photographs of children being raped, sexually abused and exploited were sold at high prices through tightknit, difficult-to-access networks. Today, those illegal pictures are available for free online, at any hour of the day. Anyone with rudimentary computer skills and an interest in the material can obtain it. Computer networks can also allow pedophiles to identify and contact potential victims without revealing their identities. Often, adult predators pretend to be children until they have gained their victims' confidence. Federal law defines child ...
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