[IRP] Blogpost: Is-facebook-a-human-right? Egypt-and-Tunisia-transform-social-media.
Fri Feb 4 22:56:46 EET 2011
Wouldn't your position be that virtual personalities should have human
I'm not sure I would go that far but I would argue that virtual
representations/manifestations of individuals should be seen as having the
same rights as those individuals in their physical form (I think this is
what I was trying to say in the blogpost)--although I would be very
interested to hear what others have to say about the possible implications
of that position...
From: Jaco Aizenman [mailto:skorpio at gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, February 04, 2011 12:17 PM
To: Michael Gurstein
Cc: IRP; governance at lists.cpsr.org
Subject: Re: [IRP] Blogpost: Is-facebook-a-human-right?
Almost..., it is not FB or Twitter a human right, it is virtual personality
a human right!.
On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 1:19 PM, Michael Gurstein <gurstein at gmail.com> wrote:
Something a bit provocative from my blog.
Comments/critique sincerely welcomed...
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