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Digital Divide: Ethical Issues in Social Networking

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1) After you read "Wasting Time: The New Digital Divide" (attached), explain the ethical issues involved with the digital divide.

2) Do social networking sites, e.g. MySpace and FaceBook, represent any ethical dilemmas? Why or why not?

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1) Numerous ethical issues are involved with the digital divide. First of all, the advancement in technologies and increased availability of internet and access to media is enhancing the socioeconomic disparities among users from different social/economic backgrounds. The differences in internet usage pattern is observed among kids/children from different ...

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