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  1. Introduction
  2. Internet ethics and Green Dam Youth Escort
    1. Human rights concerns
    2. Pornography
    3. Subversive material
    4. Dell's interests
    5. Chinese opposition
  3. Conclusion
  4. Selected bibliography

Unable to control its content or charge them with violating Chinese law, the CCP banned access to Google outright in 2002. International pressure caused them to reverse this decision. Cautious to limit access to politically sensitive material, China has now brought in the Green Dam software which blocks pornographic or blacklisted sites.

Dell Computers Worldwide has an ethical responsibility to its customers: to provide them with high-performance, cutting edge technology to meet their personal or business needs. At the same time, including software which negatively impacts performance and limits customer use options and freedom at the request of a notoriously authoritarian government presents an ethical dilemma surrounding the Green Dam program. Dell must consider its responsibilities to its individual customers, as well as its relationship with its share holders and access to the largest single global domestic market.

[...] Internet ethics Unable to control its content or charge them with violating Chinese law, the CCP banned access to Google outright in 2002. International pressure caused them to reverse this decision. Cautious to limit access to politically sensitive material, China has now brought in the Green Dam software which blocks pornographic or blacklisted sites. Dell Computers Worldwide has an ethical responsibility to its customers: to provide them with high-performance, cutting edge technology to meet their personal or business needs. At the same time, including software which negatively impacts performance and limits customer use options and freedom at the request of a notoriously authoritarian government presents an ethical dilemma surrounding the Green Dam program. [...]


[...] Censorship: Some Issues and Problems. Theory into Practice, 186-194. Dworkin, R. (1981). Is There a Right to Pornography? Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 177-212. Franck, T. M. (2001). Are Human Rights Universal? Foreign Affairs, 191-204. Fravel, M. T. (2000). Online and on China: Research Sources in the Information Age. The China Quarterly 821-842. Gosset, J. L., Byrne, S. (2002). ?Click A Content Analysis of Internet Rape Sites, Gender and Society, 689-709. Henricksen, B. Holquist, M. (1994). The Paradox of Censorship, [...]

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