Do we need absolute internet freedom?

The seventh suggestion from John S. Gardner, previously General Counsel of USAID, is interesting that he is calling for Internet Freedom.

Yes! I love freedom, but the freedom has its constraints, even in the physical world. Primarily, they are moral and ethical values. The bottom line of every manner is “Do not let anyone getting into troubles even oneself.” I think all would agree on that bottom line, don’t you?

Don’t you feel bad when you let someone get into trouble? Don’t we need disciplinary? Freedom is not the only one way to promote access, but “properly freedom” is needed rather.



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