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Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Blogging for Exposing or Hiding Your Own Face?

Couple days ago, when I was surfing on the internet, I was reading a news that mentioned about the important of the implementation of rules that obligating the bloggers to register his/her actual identity on the internet. The aim of this action is to decrease the existence of harmful contents on the weblogs or sites. One of the kinds of the contents that I have mentioned is adult material contents.

Hiding Your Own Identity

Dealing with such kind of problem, as a blogger, I feel that this problem is not an easy problem to be solved. You can count on me, I’m sure that there are more than couple million bloggers out there that are not using his or her own actual identity when they were registering themselves to be a blogger. Most of them are using their own nickname. Nickname? Why? Yeah, piece a cake; they do not want to be tracked by other peoples. Identity is something to be considered as a crucial secret that must be disguised to others.

Keep the Privacy away from Others

Surfing on the internet is considered as an activity, which is not safe. The internet world is extremely vast; we cannot make sure that we have protected ourselves well from all kind of dangerous attacks that are hidden in front of our eyes. By the way, everyone is always trying to keep his or her privacy away from the others. They want to expose themselves, however, they do not considering to expose their actual identity. Perhaps, they want to conceive a person that actually not exist that they are truly admire. Who knows? Everyone is trying to hide his or her own face.

Stealthily Aim of Transparency

The very first action that must be done (if it is possible) is involving the internet service provider to register the identity of all bloggers. After thinking more than twice, I have figured out that the main idea of this action is to collect accurate information about all bloggers, which is considered as an issue to control the flow of information on the internet. Imagine it, the respective authority that controlling the flow of information can able to capture a blogger, which is considered has been obeying and violating the law (information distribution code of ethics), all bloggers around the world have a chance to be prosecuted in court, finally, to be jailed.

The Conclusion

There is no place in this world that people can freely expressing what they want in words. Nor in the reality world nor on the internet world, there are always people that should pay for the freedom. The freedom to inform other people without any threat is only an imagination in our mind that easily to be buried by others. The fact is you must shut your own mouth before other people shut your own mouth.

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21 comments:

Ginger said...

This is a horrible fact that we must admit it. Even the statistics have been showing us that the rise of internet is gradually starting its own benefit for all of us. No doubt that every kind of freedom there is always a thing that people should always aware, bloggers should check and re-check every post that they will post on their own blog, they have to make sure that the contents on their blog is not harmful for others.

Suray said...

@Ginger: You’re speaking the fact…

Harley said...

I think that the most harmful content is the content that firing people to hate each other.

Suray said...

@Harley: Good input for us…

Jack said...

There is always a freedom to speak out what we want. No one can stop people to post what they think is important for others to know.

suray said...

@Jack: Positive thinking for positive people! I like your style bro…

Jack said...

@Suray: It’s a burden that we must carry out… A blogger is a brave person!

McCoy said...

There is no benefit to disguise ourselves on the internet. Everyone wants to be known. Why should they keep themselves in secret?

Suray said...

@McCoy: Not all bloggers want to be known exactly his or her identity well by others.

Esteban said...

@McCoy: I think you haven’t known the art of internet. This is about privacy.

McCoy said...

@Esteban: How about sales? Marketers? Are they trying to hide themselves?

Esteban said...

@McCoy: That is totally out of discussion! We speak about blogger bro! Sales and marketers are people who work for money. That is exclusion!

James said...

@Esteban: I’m agreeing with you… Bloggers are differing to sales or marketers!

Carmy said...

@all: There is always a hope for all of us… It has proved that bloggers are always free to distribute their information on the internet…

Suray said...

@Carmy: It is good to have somebody like you. Keep our mind in positive thinking :D

Esteban said...

@Carmy: Yeah…, just in a short time…

Anang said...

sure you can see my photos thru my blog.....

Suray said...

@anang: yeah bro... I can see your face... You've show it up :D

ThiatSjang said...

Bloggers can make allies to strengthen their existence. However, the authorities always have a power to force somebody to follow the rules. I think that we need to wait and see.

Suray said...

@thiatsjang: Yeah, like in the gulf war :D

Petrusso said...

Holy Moses… I don’t wanna be jailed!! Help us… :(

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