Concerns Over Internet Operations and basic freedoms

Concerns over internet operations and what they mean

As the use of and the reliance on the internet grows more each day and it's affects are felt by a greater number of individuals, it is important to understand what using this form of communication entails.

There is a growing concern regarding individual privacy and how it can be maintained and still deliver quality service to its users. It is apparent that many fixes in the past have been made and required but fail to work as expected, basically because they don’t address the underlying cause correctly which is the character and honesty of some individuals using such service. The sad part of providing that security to protect privacy of certain individuals is that it can be seen in certain ways of having the effects of a loss of freedoms of those very individual they are intent to protect, a loss of freedoms in many ways imposed by the manner of how statements regarding privacy and responsibility are made for the use of that and affiliated services.

With regard to any statements on policy, it is the correct position to take by all parties that it’s the person offering the service which has an obligation to its users, not the other way around.
The abridging of any personal rights in essence as mentioned in the U S Constitution cannot legally take place in any form and certainly not by coercion by some even though there are a large number of courts, judges and attorneys these days that think those rights can be abridged and often proceed accordingly in their thinking and assumption those rights have been set aside somehow by just saying so in the form of a policy statement.
The true facts are no one can be held hostage for any reason with agreeing to the terms of service or with anything they can’t dispute at the very moment it’s presented for approval without the ability to make some sort or any counter offers for immediate action at the time of presentation to the person making the original offer to use such service and then having it finally accepted by both parties in its final form, especially where it can be seen as an essential service, that is if any kind of agreement is offered at all, I repeat especially what may be considered an essential service to some. The fact that it is presented as an offering to do business with the idea that many or most would wish to partake in that service or product and have some sort of need makes it essential by just doing and offering that business.

Another issue is the character and intent of the user where there may be ill intent and where certain etiquette can and should be expected. After all the internet is for the benefit of every person, then certain behavior should be expected and if that behavior run counter to the rights and acts of others then it must be prosecuted as a criminal act.

Of course there are good aspects of the internet and technology which helps to improve lives and those need consideration too, for example the collection of certain data that was gathered before the internet was introduced by hand and was quite tedious and mistakes where far more prevalent, Immediate keeping records of inventories, ease of having access to things like medical records and the like however not only do these things need to be addressed intelligently and legally the many areas where the internet comes in to play needs to be ready for prime time as it said and the internet as in stands is not ready to be rolled out and relied on as it is currently.

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