Internet is eroding our morals: survey

LCBXX

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Off course it would be perceived as negative. The internet exposes the User to unsanctioned content and enables free thinking.
 

zippy

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My morals where eroded before the internet was built. We had Scope magazine and James Hadley Chase novels :)
 

Space_Chief

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Ban Twitter and Facebook. Productivity and IQs will both go up. Not that I am pro banning anything such really but if you have to ban something so big from the internet, these two are great candidates.
 

Johnatan56

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Ban Twitter and Facebook. Productivity and IQs will both go up. Not that I am pro banning anything such really but if you have to ban something so big from the internet, these two are great candidates.

Kinda need Facebook :D
It is where notifications are posted for the group and where we students upload our notes for each other.
 

I O U

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It showed, for example, a median of less than half – 44 per cent – across the 32 countries use the internet at least occasionally. That compares with 87 per cent in the United States, ..

With %'s like that in the US, imagine how depraved they are there, then - but we all knew that already.
 
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