• The Ethical Issues of the Two Polluted Info-hemispheres

    Author(s):
    Thomas Kilduff (see profile)
    Date:
    2020
    Subject(s):
    Library science, Information science
    Item Type:
    Essay
    Tag(s):
    attention, GDRP, Hate Speech, Library and information science
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/cwa0-w622
    Abstract:
    The “polluted infosphere,” a term coined by Luciano Floridi, the Oxford University Philosopher of Information, describes the on-line, digital version of the Earth’s polluted atmosphere. The 57% of the Earth’s population who are internet users are subject to a number of mal-effects of the polluted infosphere. These mal-effects are not to be taken lightly as they impact the social, political, physical, and intellectual body.
    Notes:
    The “polluted infosphere,” a term coined by Luciano Floridi, the Oxford University Philosopher of Information, describes the on-line, digital version of the Earth’s polluted atmosphere. The 57% of the Earth’s population who are internet users are subject to a number of mal-effects of the polluted infosphere. These mal-effects are not to be taken lightly as they impact the social, political, physical, and intellectual body.
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