Information Sistems Technology Essay

468 words - 2 pages

QUESTION 2
-ISP is placed in a difficult position when monitoring content because 1) on the one hand, the customer has entered into an agreement with them for the provision of web hosting services. If they remove the material posted by that customer without the appropriate right to do so, it could find itself in trouble.
-If the Provider is warned of unlawful material and fails to remove it, it may become guilty for the publication
-The responsibility of the Web site provider would be to remove or prevent access to prohibited content from their service once notified. However we find 2 problems:
-Once you take responsibility for blocking certain content, you are responsible ...view middle of the document...

-We think is not enough to cover pirated material and nudity so criminal activity or suicides should be properly incorporated into the terms and conditions they require for their customers.
QUESTIO 3
When viewing a webcast we should behavior in an acceptable, safe and responsible way similar to that of every life
Our main responsibilities are:
-Know the rules. We must read them carefully.
-Be clear. When you post a message so you won’t create misunderstandings
-Use your manners. Be polite, do not use offensive language, or promote hate mail, violence and other negative issues
-Keep safe. Don't give out any personal details Be suspicious of people who ask to meet you in person. There is no guarantee that they have been honest about who they really are.
-Enjoy your chat time. Approach it with a good sense of humor, a desire to make and maintain friendships and to discuss topics actively and calmly
-Report web abuse. All this type of webs have a moderator. We should report any abusive messages to them.
If someone threaten or attempts suicide it is never a joke, it is someone who needs help so :
1)We should never ignore it you never know how serious could be.
2) We should always call a mental health hotline number or the authorities. Let professionals handle the problem.
3)We should talk with the person. Ask them how they feel? Where they are? Why they want to suicide? And we also would try to engage the suicidal person in conversation until the professionals get there.

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