Is the Internet a Public Place?

February 27, 2011 § 3 Comments

Your view please.

In our view, it IS.

If it were not, then for whom is it?

Or how to say it in a better way? – Hey, it’s for all of us. If not, will you be excluded one day?




§ 3 Responses to Is the Internet a Public Place?

  • Candy says:

    It is a public place. It’s like this song…

    This land is your land, this land is my land….


    Keep up the great work!!!

  • MM says:

    It is a public place, so if its privacy you are after do not go online. Facebook is horrific in it’s abuse of users. I think exclusion won’t happen, but I can foresee an end to free use at some point…. even charities online wanted a fee put up to view their sites and services. Of course many news medias already charge a fee to view content especially newspapers online. The problem then is relying on the twitterings of the masses, which is a complete lottery in terms of accuracy. It’s important to NEVER assume 1 source is all you need, and to cross-check many other areas to validate first. Just because FB or Twitter said something is no guide to it being factual…… unless trivia is your bag….

  • Liz says:

    I never thought of this before. But yes, the internet is certainly a public place. 🙂

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