Pros And Cons Of Kroker

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Kroker also sees technology in political terms, viewing a class struggle around computer technology. He stresses that the people who run the Internet are mostly white and educated, which means that they turn information into what they want it to be. And a lot of this information revolves around their main message that progress is good for everyone. (Kingwell, pp.15-17) But is progress good for everyone? And what exactly does progress mean? These are very important questions in the sense that it remains debatable whether increased computer technology is a good thing. For instance, what if the Internet becomes so powerful that people begin to rely on it? What if the Internet begins to control man, rather than the other way around? In general,

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