Intellectual Freedom

Human Rights paradygm is a fundamental basis to view Internet as ultimate technological medium to advance global intellectual freedom media. As digital architect my goal is to conceptualize cognitive networked architectures as digital medium paradigm for building new global knowledge culture with a focus to create cognitive knowledge E-infrastructure.

Friday, February 03, 2006

Technologos Intellectual Freedom Paradygm

Human Rights paradygm is alternative
approach to view Internet as ultimate medium of
intellectual freedom media and my objective is to
discuss the essential problem how to define and how to
defend intellectual freedom as fundamental human
rights paradygm for internet media due to latest
Google’s values compromise or controversy in China as
well as with US gov. reveals that even
entrepreneurial culture is morally corrupted with
dominance of corporate authoritarian governance that
plays well with dictatorian draconian rules of China
government.
TECHNOLOGOS ADVOCATES A CREATIVE COMMONS PARADYGM VERSE PREDOMINANCE IN WEB BLOGOSPHERE VISUAL AND TEXTUAL MONITORING CONTROL AS CENSORSHIP TOOLS. AS TOTAL INFORMATION CONTROL IS IDEOLOGICAL DICTATORSHIP UNDER PRETEXT OF TOTAL WAR RISK INVITE A TOTALITARIAN BIG BROTHER CORPORATE MINDSET PRIVATISING WEB COMMONS WHILE CREATIVE COMMONS PARADYGM PREVENTS IT. TECHNOLOGOS PRINCIPALLY IS CONCERNED WITH ACTUAL AND POTENTIAL ACTS OF VISUAL CENSORSHIP ON PART OF OWNERS OF CINEMATIC SPACE DISTRIBUTORS AS VIOLATION OF FIFTH AMENDMEND OF THE CONSTITUTION AND INTELLECTUAL FREEDOMS GROUND ZERO POINT
China’s jailed leader of Tiananman Sq. Wang Dan who’s
our test expert on China’s intellectual freedom thinks
the internet has two influences. One is a good
influence: Chinese people can have more information and have more
contact.
But the second influence is a bad influence because it
helps the government to control people because they can censor
the internet. So it’s very important for the international
community to try to stop government’s using the internet as a
tool to censor the people.

1 Comments:

Blogger BoneQuark said...

Why does the Chinese government fear freedom and the responsibility that comes with it? Is this tyranny destined for the trashheap of history as well?

7:29 AM  

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