Unit 7- International Perspectives and issues

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Amy Connerley Cindy Shodlouski Omar Issakha Stephen Mann Keith Harris. Unit 7- International Perspectives and issues. New Tech, Old Habits. Presented By: Cindy Shodlouski. Japanese & Korean workers still chained to their desks. Face Time: - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Unit 7- International Perspectives and issuesUnit 7- International Perspectives and issuesAmy ConnerleyCindy ShodlouskiOmar IssakhaStephen MannKeith Harris1New Tech, Old HabitsPresented By:Cindy Shodlouski2Japanese & Korean workers still chained to their desksFace Time:In these countries, if youre not in the office, your boss simply assumes youre not working.Info-Fear:Companies worry that laptop-toting commuters could misplace sensitive data.Fun Factor:Smart phones are viewed more as toys than tools.3New Generation of ManagersThese workers are tech-savvy and more individualistic.Some companies are experimenting with changes.TelecommutingIBM employees outfitted with laptopsMakes employees more loyal to company.4Questions:True or False:Smart phones are viewed more as toys than tools in Japan and Korea?5True or False:Smart phones are viewed more as toys than tools in Japan and Korea?Answer: True6True or False:Smart phones are viewed more as toys than tools in Japan and Korea?Answer: TrueWhy are Japanese and Korean workers still chained to their desks?A. If youre not in the office, youre not workingB. Sensitive data on laptops could be misplacedC. Phones are toys, not toolsD. All of the above7True or False:Smart phones are viewed more as toys than tools in Japan and Korea?Answer: TrueWhy are Japanese and Korean workers still chained to their desks?A. If youre not in the office, youre not workingB. Sensitive data on laptops could be misplacedC. Phones are toys, not toolsD. All of the aboveAnswer: D. All of the above8Irans Twitter Revolution? Maybe Not Yet9Media hails twitter a superheroWithout Twitter the people of Iran would not have felt empowered and confidant to stand up for freedom and democracyMark Pfeifle Former U.S. national security adviser10Social-Media ExpertsSocial media are useful in exposing whats happening to the outside world, but its a mistake to think that these protests [in Iran] are because of social media-Ethan Zuckerman Senior Researcher at Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University11Social-Media ExpertsThe amount of people who use these tools in Iran is very small and could not support protests that size. And with the government blocking the Twitter site, that small group becomes even smaller.-Gaurav Mishra Co-founder of 20-20 Web Tech12Twitter in MoldovaThe majority of twitter posting during the protests were coming from outside the country, either from Moldovan expatriates or just people sympathetic to the movement.13Some Iranian election protesters used Twitter to get people on the streets, but most of the organizing happened the old-fashioned way.14QuestionsIs using Twitter in Irans protest helping to gather people? T/FWhat besides Twitter helps to facilitate protests? a. SMS text messagesb. Phone callsc. Word of mouthd. All of the above15Article 35: The List: Look whos censoring the internet now..Countries like Iran and China are notorious for their internet censorship regimes. But a growing number of democracies are setting up their own great fire walls(Computers in Society)16Countries that are now censoring internetAustraliaFranceIndiaArgentinaSouth Korea17AustraliaIs now targeting Child Pornography and terrorism..In January 2008, the Australian Parliament began considering a law to require all internet service providers to filter and block certain sites called blacklistGovernment claimed it would combat terrorist sites and pornography (child).By 2009, 2,935 sites leaked and now public support has dampened on the new law coming into place because of what happened.18FranceIs now targeting File-sharingThe French Parliament is trying to pass the toughest antipiracy law to date.Other countries began cracking down on file-sharing, but French law demands internet service providers to deny internet access to those that have been caught illegally downloading material.19IndiaTargeting: Political radicalism, terrorist tools.In 2003, the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team was created to enforce countrys filtering regime.They have blocked many websites, and have caught many people doing this illegal case.20ArgentinaTargeting celebrity dirtSoccer legend Diego Maradona is best known for his controversial 1986 hand of god he and 70 other celebrities filed class action suit in 2007 against Google and Yahoo! Claiming their names are being associated with porn or liberal discussions. Argentina is now trying to do a block system on any celebrity dirt that is being talked about on the internet.21South KoreaTargeting North Korean PropagandaSouth Korea is one of the worlds most wired countries. 90% household hooked up to web.They have blocked over 120,000 sites And continue with a security law to block any North Korea relations.22T/F/A/B/C..T/F South Korea has 90% of household hooked up to the web.T/F India is targeting celebrity dirtWho is targeting file-sharing?A.)South KoreaB.)ArgentinaC.) IndiaD.)France23Chinas Tech Generation Finds a New Chairman to VenerateBy: Kevin HoldenPresented by: Keith Harris24Since Chairman Mao passed away a new Chairman has come to represent the aims of Chinese youth.Chairman Mao was the great symbol of revolutionary China, But Bill Gates has become the new idol of the youth in China.Books by or about Microsofts Chairman Bill Gates are massive best sellers across China, even in rural areas where technology is non-existent.25According to the author Chairman Gates is everything Chairman Mao was not. Mao closed newspapers, universities, and isolated China from the world.Chairman Gates celebrates free enterprise and is busy forging partnerships with Chinese entrepreneurs, creating cyber colleges and integrating Chinas best and brightest into the web-linked world.26Chinas internet population has recently jumped by 23 percent to reach 130 million people, but is still only 1/10th of Chinas 1.3 billion citizens. The main problem that Microsoft is facing is that the number of counterfeiters are growing and surprisingly Gates is being very tolerant, which has created a paradoxical image of an internet-age Robin Hood.27True/FalseChairman Bill Gates supports bringing technology to China?TrueMult. ChoiceWhat problem is Chairman Gates Facing in bringing technology to China?A. Money LossB. CounterfeitersC. Headache28Chinas Tech Generation Finds a New Chairman to Venerate (continued)By Kevin Holden29Bill Gates Idol to many new Chinese youthMore popular than any government leaderBooks about him are best sellers across the countryHe promotes new ideas such as capitalism30MicrosoftOffers software packages for $3 each for K-12 SchoolsHas a goal to double cypercitizenry to 2 billion by 2015Original dream was about computers for everyone31Chinas GrowthInternet population jumped by 23 percent in 2006 to 130 million users90% Still live without internet access One Laptop Per Child produces XO machines in ChinaGates predicted that the next global leader could be born in chinaMany widespread piracy issues32QuestionsHow much does Microsoft sell its software packages to K-12 Schools?.01$3$10$50Almost everyone in china has access to the internet. True/False?33

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