Coffee, Controversy And Connectivity

DIGITALDAYA

Posted JAN 2010

When governments attempt to prohibit natural, human activity, people simply ignore laws, Don't try to control the Internet. Engage it!

Posted JAN 2010

China appears to be reintroducing its two steps forward, one step back policy. The Chinese government after a period of laissez-faire attitude has begun a systematic campaign to limit access to the web by banning social media sites and to close down cyber cafes where Internet addicts gather to share their addiction.

Muslim nations can benefit by learning from China's contemporary experimentations with cyber cafes along with their own historical controversies when it comes to these social hot spots.

Please see our most recent research on Internet cafes at http://www.squidoo.com/internet-cafes-trouble-governements

 

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