The Internet and Freedom of Expression

Argues that the Information Age has not really altered the fundamental issues surrounding freedom of speech and censorship.

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The computer age has produced renewed debate pertaining to questions of freedom and speech, as opposed to censorship. This discussion ventures to explain how the advent of the so-called Information Age does not really alter the dynamics of a longstanding question, or rather a set of questions, that have been basic to political theory among other of the social sciences. Two articles selected from The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, on radically different topics, help to reveal certain approaches to all questions of communications, the media, and the ‘post-modern’ age, within academic research. These materials are examined en route to sections that focus directly on issues of the internet and freedom of expression.