Internet Freedom: Where Is the Limit?
This timely series promotes the understanding of global problems by helping readers understand the issues and organizations involved. Each chapter focuses on a different problem and includes short news stories to highlight the major issues. For each news story, human rights and ethics issues are discussed in order to bring the concepts down to a more personal level for readers.
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