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Privacy on the Internet 网络隐私

(2010-08-05 09:35:03)
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kris

克礼

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分类: Critical_Thinking

There was a recent mini-scandal in the U.S. involving a reporter, David Weigel, who was pressured to leave his position as a journalist at the Washington Post. Weigel most wrote about the Republic party, and he was considered a good journalist by many. A few weeks ago, however, it was revealed that he had said some very nasty and immature things on a private mailing list. Some people who did not like his journalistic work found some of these e-mails that he wrote, and published them, showing how he had said some very mean things about people who he was writing about in the news. There was a big uproar about this, and he lost his job.

 

This question has existed as long as the internet has: are things that you say, privately, on the internet, actually private? To what extent are they not private? Should you be able to lose your job because you said something directed at a private audience, but which a public audience find out about? What do you think? Or are we just too sensitive about what people say in general? Can that change?

 

 

-Kris克礼


 

    最近在美国发生了一起小小的丑闻,涉及的是一位名叫David Weigel的记者,他最终备受压力,离开了其在华盛顿邮报的记者岗位。主要描写共和党的Weigel被许多人认为是一名优秀的记者。然而,在几周前,他在一个私人邮件列表中的某些十分恶毒和不成熟的发言被揭露了出来。一些不喜欢他新闻作品的人找出了他写的这些邮件,并发表了出来,展现出他是如何中伤他笔下的新闻人物的。这件事闹得沸沸扬扬,他也因此丢掉了工作。

 

    这问题自互联网诞生起就存在了:你在互联网上的私人发言是否真的是私人的?它们在何等程度上是非私人的?如果你对某个私人听众所说的话被一个一般听众发现了,你是否能因为这而丢掉工作?你怎么看?又或者,是不是我们通常就过于在意人们的言辞?这是否可以改变?

 

-克礼

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