"Hate Speech is not free speech" -The Right Left Chronicles Over the last several weeks, I have had the opportunity to read many thoughts and ideas on different kinds of censorship in this course. I have learned about many topics regarding offensive words, censorship and social media, and sensuality. Censorship is a very controversial topic… Continue reading Hate Speech Censored
Source: Current 360 Entering this course, I did not think I was affected by censorship and thought it was only in foreign countries like North Korea. But now after this course comes to and end, I have learned we are constantly surrounded and affected by censorship. Censorship is not just the removal of content from… Continue reading Parents Censoring Children’s Social Media Accounts
I believe that there are many things that are censored now that should not be, but there are also things that are not censored and they should be. If I were in charge, and in a perfect world I think that the ideas of racism, misogyny, and homophobia should all be censored. I would also… Continue reading Censorship Final
Social media gives people the ability to post whatever they want whenever they want. However, employers have started to check potential employee’s social media platforms before moving forward in the interview process. Employers have also put social media policies in place that warn their employees about thinking before they post content that could be detrimental… Continue reading Censoring Employees on Social Media
For my Censorship Analysis Podcast #2, I decided to talk about why I think individual social media sites banning/blocking content, and users is an ineffective way to censor social media in the grand scheme of things. So with that being said, I started off my podcast by giving a definition of Internet censorship and by talking… Continue reading Is Banning the Way to Go?
Well over two billion social media accounts have been made and is estimated to reach three billion by 2021. Each main social media platform is just saturated with content both appropriate and inappropriate. These websites enact their own censorship policies and methods to surveil for inappropriate posts. YouTube is a prominent platform that has been… Continue reading YouTube Censorship is a Work in Progress
These past two weeks we have been talking about things in the media that should have been censored or not even posted at all. We have been having discussions with our fellow classmates about different situations and share our views on these topics. During our discussion cycle I chose to write about how Kevin Hart… Continue reading Did Kevin Hart do the Right Thing?
Social media has become a part of daily life throughout the entire world due to advances in technology. Some of these platforms have begun to censor the posts of their users through different means such as banning their posts or even deleting/suspending their account. Each platform has their own rules and guidelines of what can… Continue reading Facebook Controversy
There is a lot of controversy over the topic of speech regulation on social media. Everyone has their own opinion on whether social media sites are doing enough to keep offensive speech off of their sites. According to an article titled 'Regulating Free Speech on Social Media is Dangerous and Futile' written on Brookings, "79% of… Continue reading Finding a Balance Between a Safe Online Environment and Inhibiting Free Speech
By now, almost every organization has adopted social media accounts into their plan for marketing and communications. Organizations have social media sites such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and more. These social media sites allows companies to engage with their clients directly, through instant messaging, comments, or likes and also allows them to advance their… Continue reading Crafting social media policy is crucial