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Need Tribester Help -- International Law & the Internet

physix

TRIBE Member
ok, if someone could help me out that'd be great...


i'm doing a paper about the UN proposal to control/monitor/whatever the internet... but i'd also like to know some of things that some countries allow that others may not ... (in relation to the internet)


i'm doing a goole search but all it's coming up with
are pay sites for research and shish...

thanks, guys!
 

Dirtymatt

TRIBE Member
I know that France is trying to block access to Nazi propoganda and all that kind of thing from its population, who voted the right wing extremist Le Pen into second place in the presidential elections last year....

Hope this helps
 

Zorro

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by physix
ok, if someone could help me out that'd be great...


i'm doing a paper about the UN proposal to control/monitor/whatever the internet... but i'd also like to know some of things that some countries allow that others may not ... (in relation to the internet)


i'm doing a goole search but all it's coming up with
are pay sites for research and shish...

thanks, guys!
In all honesty there are no real laws for the internet right now.
Some countries or states/provinces might have there own minor minor laws but as of right now anybody can do or say just about anything on the internet.
 
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Deus

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Greece outlawed internet access in some public places, such as bars, to prevent online gambling. Now it's legal again. Perhaps you can look for something regarding issues like this. I probably has happened in other countries too.
 

SENSEi

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Re: Re: Need Tribester Help -- International Law & the Internet

Originally posted by Zorro
In all honesty there are no real laws for the internet right now.
Some countries or states/provinces might have there own minor minor laws but as of right now anybody can do or say just about anything on the internet.
Not true.
For example, gambling sites are illegal in Canada and the USA.

You can host them off-shore though.
 
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