WWW Bill of Rights
In order to protect the rights and recognize the responsibilities of individuals and
institutions, we, the members of the educational community, propose this Bill of Rights
and Responsibilities for the Electronic Community of Learners. These principles are
based on a recognition that the electronic community is a complex subsystem of the
educational community founded on the values espoused by that community. As new
technology modifies the system and further empowers individuals, new values and
responsibilities will change this culture. As technology assumes an integral role in
education and lifelong learning, technological empowerment of individuals and
organizations becomes a requirement and right for students, faculty, staff, and
institutions, bringing with it new levels of responsibility that individuals and institutions
have to themselves and to other members of the educational community.
If they do wish it, then they should,d be able to control what the website managers have access to.
The owners may not use the user's information for anything commercial related without the first asking the user.
There should be a webpage with only Government information so that we will be able to keep up with our country.
People can vote online so they don't have to drive to a voting office.
When people are online no body should be able to deny them access to social media sites.
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"In a Time of Universal Deceit Telling the Truth Is a Revolutionary Act." -George Orwell." The Oldspeak Journal. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Dec. 2014.
""In a Time of Universal Deceit Telling the Truth Is a Revolutionary Act." -George Orwell." The Oldspeak Journal. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Dec. 2014.