Tag Archives: CyberPorn

NY Times providing child porn

A lot of newspapers have been shy to link outside of their own news organization: so much so that it is almost a truism. They followed the corporate credo of keeping users on the site. That has changed over the last few years, with more and more traditional news sites willing to include hyperlinks. The […]
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Internet Safety Tips

I was cleaning out boxes from my old office in Buffalo, and came across this mouse pad that was given to me by a special agent of the FBI. Especially given the passage of DOPA in the House, it made me think a bit about how many of these tips I follow: 1. Never give […]
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Maybe later on the TV…

I was on WB11 News (New York City), on a segment of “News you can use” (to promote your network’s entertainment offerings). Yes, it’s pretty sensationalistic, but it got the facts right, I think. Anyway, if you were ever dying to see a video of me walking down the street engaged in conversation, here’s your […]
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Sex in the syllabus

Time magazine is running a story entitled Sex in the Syllabus that includes quite a bit on my course “Cyberporn & Society.” It begins: With classwork like this, who needs to play? Undergraduates taking Cyberporn and Society at the State University of New York at Buffalo survey Internet porn sites. At New York University, assignments […]
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