Honors English III
26 February 1996
Thesis: Though governments cannot physically regulate the
Internet, cyberspace needs regulations to prevent
illegal activity, the destruction of morals, and child
access to pornography.
II. Illegal activity online costs America millions and hurts
A. It is impossible for our government to physically
1. One government cannot regulate the Internet by
2. The basic design of the Internet prohibits
B. It is possible for America to censor the Internet.
1. All sites in America receive their address from
2. The government could destroy the address for
3. Existing federal laws regulate BBS's from
III. Censoring the Internet would establish moral standards.
A. Pornography online is more harsh than any other
1. The material out there is highly perverse and
2. Some is not only illegal, but focuses on
B. Many industries face problems from illegal activity
1. Floods of copyrighted material are illegally
2. Innocent fans face problems for being good fans.
IV. Online pornography is easily and illegally accessible
A. In Michigan, anyone can access anything in
cyberspace for... [continues]
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