Annotated Bibliography Writing Services: Veterinarians implant computer chips into pets and farm animals to identify them if they get lost. Some people suggest doing so for children. Discuss the privacy implications of this proposal and answer the following questions:
The oral arguments before the Supreme Court concerning the Communications Decency Act (CDA) focused extensively on determining the most appropriate analogy for cyberspace. Arguments were presented that compared the Internet to a library, to television, and to a public place such as a street corner or park.
Why are these comparisons important? Briefly explain the differences between libraries, television, and public places with respect to First Amendment protection.
For each of these three analogies (library, television, and public place), describe one significant way in which the Internet is similar and one significant way in which it is different. Explain the relevance of each of these similarities and differences to the issue of regulation of the Internet.
2. Veterinarians implant computer chips into pets and farm animals to identify them if they get lost. Some people suggest doing so for children. Discuss the privacy implications of this proposal and answer the following questions:
a. What are the risks?
b. Do the benefits outweigh the risks? If yes, in what way? If not, why not?
c. Do parents have the right to have the chips implanted in their young children? Why or why not?
d. If there was a bill in Congress to require ID chips in children under the age of 5, would you support it? Why or why not?
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