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Protecting Minors Online Essay Examples

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Protecting Children from Online Adult Content
The claim of this picture is that websites in which contain adult content, such as sexually explicit images should be viewed in the internet under certain policies. In the modern world of today, parents cannot forbid their children from using the internet even though their child is as young as 5 or 6. The internet has becom...
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Restricting the Internet to Protect Minors
Restricting Internet to Protect Minors When I first chose this issue I was deeply concerned about the harms of the internet for minors. As we see in the news there are so many children who are being abused everyday. I was so upset about this issue that I dec...
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Why Students Should Not Attend School Online
“Ugh, three flights of stairs to get to my locker. I wish we could have school online instead of walking all these stairs to get from class to class.” I have caught myself saying this expression, but I never thought of the reasons why Pender Public School didn’t have school over the Internet until one day in American Litera...
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Finding a Second Life by Becoming an Online Gamer
Ever thought of having a second life? Now you can have a second life by becoming an online gamer. By joining an online gaming program you are entering a world where you can create an online life. But there is always some thought about online life. For example, how would you act with others? Would your appearance be differen...
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Why Do We Need SOPA in Order to Curb Online Piracy?
Online piracy has been a huge ongoing issue that needs to be put to a halt. Many people believe that SOPA, Stop Online Piracy Act, is an evil bill that should not have passed. Many people protested against it in different ways. Example of this would be when major websites had a “blackout day” or when people changed their pr...
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Dangers of Online Dating and Precautions That One Should Take
While online dating may seem to be the easiest way to find a relationship it can be dangerous and there are some additional precautions one needs to take. Due to the anonymity of online dating, criminals have an easier time committing felonies. One of the risks of online dating is being robbed. Debbie Best, a victim of an...
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The Disadvantages of Online Shopping
Shop Online or At the Malls? Radiation, sore eyes, fatigue carpal tunnel syndrome and characteristics of a hermit. These are the common sickness people get when working with computers too long. Shopping is one of the largest industries in the world. For the people who decide to shop on the Internet, have to face many di...
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Definition, Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Dating
Introduction I. Have you ever wondered how your friends are meeting other singles? Have you ever been set up on a blind date, and your date was everything your friend said he/she would be. Are you single and tired of being set up on blind dates through friends? Have you heard of online dating? II. Today I am going talk...
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A Look at the Censorship, Controversies Surrounding the American Online (AOL)
why aol sux America Online is the largest Internet provider in the world, but it didn't become one without a fight. Originally a closed-in, proprietary online service, it was pried open by the public's fascination with the global network. For all of the company's past glory, it is now little more than a big communications...
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An Analysis of the Latest Innovation of Online Shopping
Enormous selections, great prices, convenience and service are all just one click away with the latest innovation of online shopping. Today, people all over the world can buy almost anything without leaving their homes. Online shopping allows people to purchase anything from plane tickets, to apparel, to cars, to groceries,...
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A Look at the Advancement of Journalism in the Internet, Online Journalism
Journalism on the Internet The common forms of media in today's world each have both advantages and disadvantages. The Internet has been around for an almost equal amount of time as most of them, but only recently has it become a popular way of retrieving information. The Internet takes the best of all other medium and...
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A Recount of the United States Law That Banns Smoking with Minors in Vehicles
Shaw 2 Smoking Prohibited with Minors in Vehicles Children do not have a choice whether or not an adult smokes while driving a vehicle. According to Chest magazine, 4.8 million American children have been diagnosed with asthma. The Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta report that in 1993, 159,000 children under the...
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An Argument Against Trying Minors as Adults
For both international and United States standards, special protection and treatment is deemed necessary for those under 18 accused of committing crimes. Yet, across America prosecutors and legislators are attempting to try more and more juveniles as adults. At the same time, law-abiding adolescents are subject to growing r...
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Trials of Juveniles as Minors
"Monkey See, Monkey Do" On March 9, a twelve year old child, Lionel Tate, wrestled a six year old little girl and beat her to death. Lionel Tate was convinced as an adult and First-degree murder. Many people believe that convicting Lionel Tate as an adult is unfair because he still is a child and children will...
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An Analysis of Sexual Offenses Committed by Minors in the United States
This paper means to address the subject of minors who commit sexual offenses, the causation and whether or not youths who do commit sexual offenses have diagnosable and treatable psychiatric and/or anti-social disorders. But first let me state, for the issue of criminality, and the lack there of, children who commit crimes...
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The Crimes Commited by Minors and the Controversial Juvenile Justice System
What's My Age Again?
Children have become increasingly violent since the 1970s. Today more gangs exist and homicides occur than in the past thirty years. Crime rates have only dropped slightly in the five previous years (Vieregge n.p.). Now that more juvenile delinquents are entering the justice system, the question arises...
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A Biography of Paul Laurence Dunbar, an American Poet and Novelist
Paul Laurence Dunbar was born June 27, 1872 in Dayton, OH. His mother Matilda, was a former slave and his father Joshua had escaped slavery and served in the 55th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment and the 5th Massachusetts Colored Calvary Regiment during the Civil war (online). Joshua and Matilda separated in 1874. Dunbar ca...
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The Lobbying Campaign Strategy for Passing the Dream Act
The United States has an immense cultural diversity because of the ever-increasing inflow of immigrants to the country. These immigrants impose significant influences in various aspects such as education, economy, work and military service. It is a fact that, without the immigrants, the United States would be a wholly diffe...
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An Introduction to the Life of Paul Laurence Dunbar
Paul Laurence Dunbar Paul Laurence Dunbar was born June 27, 1872 in Dayton, OH. His mother Matilda, was a former slave and his father Joshua had escaped slavery and served in the 55th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment and the 5th Massachusetts Colored Calvary Regiment during the Civil war (online). Joshua and Matilda separa...
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The Early Life and Works of Paul Lawrence Dunbar
Paul Lawrence Dunbar, was the first important African American Poet in American Literature and the first poet to write of both a black and white audience in a time when efforts were being made to re-establish slavery. He was also “the first African-American poet to garner national critical acclaim”(43). During his short lif...
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How Fake IDs Assist in Illegal Activity in Underage Minors
How do fake IDs assist in illegal activity in underage minors? We think that with the use of fake IDs, minors are able to obtain things they would not be able to get without a fake id, thus increasing the use of alcohol (going to bars), and underage smoking. It also increases other things that minors would not be able to...
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A Look at the Pollution of the Environment by the Miners of the Amazon
Most miners of the Amazon lead a very polluted way of life. They pollute the environment they live in and they pollute themselves. The, "garimpeiros" as the miners are called in Brazil are independent farmers of the gold that flows beneath the rivers of the Amazon rain-forest. Their daily routine of early mo...
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A Discussion of Juvenile Courts and Its System in the United States
The Juvenile Court system was a system set up to deal with minors who find themselves in trouble. In trouble with their parents, or the law. This system has its benefits and its flaws. The first juvenile court in the United States was established in 1899, in Illinois. This set a trend that would grow across the entire...
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Smoking Should Not Be Allowed in Vehicles With Minors
Shaw 2 Smoking Prohibited with Minors in Vehicles Children do not have a choice whether or not an adult smokes while driving a vehicle. According to Chest magazine, 4.8 million American children have been diagnosed with asthma. The Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta report that in 1993, 159,000 children under the age...
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Comparing Online and Traditional Classes
Taking courses for school online and on campus is completely different. I should know because I have experienced both. When I first graduated from High School I enrolled in a four year college, and dropped out of college six semesters later. Years went by and decided to go back to school, though I managed to finish a two ye...
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