Monthly Archives: October 2017

Blog Post 12: Censorship

Censorship is a difficult topic with a lot of gray area to consider. I believe that tech companies have a moral imperative to censor some types of content, while others they have a moral imperative not to. The general rule … Continue reading

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Blog Post 11: Corporate Conscience

Corporate person hood is giving the same rights to a company as you would to a person, in both the eyes of the law and morally. In legal terms, corporate person hood is when “for-profit corporations are entities that possess … Continue reading

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Blog Post 10: Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is simply distributing tasks among multiple computers. Whether it be storage or computationally intensive tasks, cloud computing can make tasks infeasible by a single computer doable. Normally cloud computing implies renting out other people’s computers. In terms of … Continue reading

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