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U.S. Justice department wants image sharing sites to save user data.

Now this is a bit impractical. Practical to alley the fears of parents… but wasteful and hypocritical. Wasteful because of the useless time spent to save countless data from image sharing sites. Hypocritical because if we allow children to watched television or even allow the idea of sex sells to continue unabashed.. then what would this do then?

The article is about the U.S. justice department proposing for image sharing sites to have a law to retain user information so that it would be easier to prevent child porn seeking people.

This brings to mind of the various measures that the library does in order of not revealing user information to be revealed when borrowing books.

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  1. March 9, 2007 at 8:06 pm

    this is important information that we should all be aware of. i agree with your analysis. by the way, the new york public library now uses filters to block “pornographic” material. this policy of blocking some websites was adopted several years ago. originally, the library refused to monitor or block mechanically, what people were viewing during their internet sessions. unfortunately, the policy was changed.

  2. March 10, 2007 at 12:54 am

    Hmm I forgot about that factor actually. Still I believe that this is a idea where the government is trying to be more conservative in order of mushing down any deviant ideas.

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