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Virtual Society: the Greatest Ethical Challenge Facing the Planet today

Posted on May 6, 2013 at 12:30am 0 Comments

    With the rapid development of information technology, we step into a society based on the internet. This brand new type of human society is called the virtual society. In my opinion, the virtual society is the greatest ethical challenge facing the planet today.

    First and foremost, the characteristics of the virtual society such as freedom, openness, and globalization make the whole world connected. And the way we…

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At 4:15pm on June 2, 2013, Al LeBlanc said…

Thanks for sharing your views on the internet virtual society !

Seems to me the masses don't realize the power of their individual voices collectively resonating across the digital globe for world peace and understanding and planet nuclear survival ? Why so much indifference ? No conscience , Not up to me or you. - Somebody else ?

"All history is the record of the power of minorities of one." Ralph Waldo Emerson.

What think you of the "cyberpeacefare" idea ? Would appreciate your views.

 
 
 

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