Regulation and Governance of the Internet, Free Speech, and Content Controls
Final Course Reflection
Prepare a reflection dairy provides you with an opportunity to reflect on and discuss the regulation and governance of the Internet, free speech, and content controls. Also, you will have the opportunity to reflect on the critical factors included in intellectual property in cyberspace, regulation ofInternet privacy, plus the key morality and laws for securing the electronic frontier.
Guiding Questions
1. Do you agree with the need for regulation and governance of the Internet, free speech, and content controls? 2. How do you balance intellectual property in cyberspace and regulation ofInternet privacy? 3. In what ways can you ethically secure the electronic frontier? I would like my bibliography to be cited using the following 5 required reading as references:
Required Readings
Spinello, R. A. (2011).Cyberethics – Morality and Law in Cyberspace (4th ed.). (4th Ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Learning. Spinello, R. A. (2004). Reading in Cyber ethics (2nd ed.). (4th ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Learning. Dipert, R. R. (2010). The ethics of cyberwarfare. Journal Of military ethics, 9(4), 384-410. Cook, J. (2010). ‘Cyberation’ and just war doctrine: A response to Randall Dipert. Journal Of military ethics, 9(4). TED Video Horowitz, Damon. (2011). Dorowitz calls for a “moral operating system”. Retrieved on June 25, 2012 from
Topic: Why ethical problems occur in business. This is not a research paper. The critical analysis template to use is attached along with instructions and an example. • Template Length–After you supply the appropriate information under each heading, your work will probably be 3–6 pages; more than that will be cumbersome. The intent is to be concise and to provide the most relevant, highest quality information possible.

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