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Title: 大學生不當網路言論之行為模式 與規範對策
Authors: 李治安
Contributors: 賴穎穎
Keywords: 言論自由
freedom of speech
Criminal law
libel case
Date: 2010-09-30
Issue Date: 2010-12-07 15:20:11 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 近年來,網路誹謗案例隨科技之發展而日益增多,實究因於人們基於網路的
In the recent years, more and more libel cases have appeared as a result
of the digital-technology development. Due to the features of decentralized
architecture, anonymous identity, and convenience fostered by the Net, more
and more people normally fail to aware that one has to be legally responsible
for his or her behavior in the virtual world. The phenomenon is most common
on campus because students are the most frequent users of the Internet. As
the digital environment signifies freedom of speech and individualism,
students usually tend to freely express their own thoughts and to be
straight-forward to share their opinion. Nonetheless, this tendency has led
to problems associated with students' posting inappropriate messages and
resulting social disputes. Occasionally these disputes become endless
litigations. This research analyzes domestic and foreign cases and
categorizes typical behavioral types along with the causes and effects that
would resulted in the problematic situation mentioned above. In conclusion,
universities are advised to provide more legal education for students and
establish an effective policy toward relevant issues.
Data Type: report
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