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Privacy and Security Issues in Social Networking.

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I don't think that it is their responsibility to check each and every profile for radical hate speech or racist posts. However, it is not exactly a secret that certain accounts are hacked for profiling purposes, where it literally is their job to watch what these people say and do in order to avoid terrorism. This is not the responsibility of the network, it is that of the government.
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I don't think that it is their responsibility to check each and every profile for radical hate speech or racist posts. However, it is not exactly a secret that certain accounts are hacked for profiling purposes, where it literally is their job to watch what these people say and do in order to avoid terrorism. This is not the responsibility of the network, it is that of the government.
It's not possible for government to run constant check. However victim or users can report abuse to network and it's their duty to remove content.

Government can prescribe what is right and wrong through law and business are responsible to comply with regulations.

Network earn profit through what they create and if they fail to mitigate risk to users,they are the first party who should be held accountable.

Appropriate communication mechanism is required. For ex. Facebook has reporting features however in many cases they don't act.
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It's not possible for government to run constant check. However victim or users can report abuse to network and it's their duty to remove content.

Government can prescribe what is right and wrong through law and business are responsible to comply with regulations.

Network earn profit through what they create and if they fail to mitigate risk to users,they are the first party who should be held accountable.

Appropriate communication mechanism is required. For ex. Facebook has reporting features however in many cases they don't act.
Yes, the network has the responsibility to remove certain content, as that is a part of their manifesto and it is a promise that they give to the people whom choose to use that network. However, the question here is if these networks should be held liable for some cracker who decided to mow down his fellow students based on their ethnic or religious group etc, after posting threats or hate speech towards said group.
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It's not possible for government to run constant check. However victim or users can report abuse to network and it's their duty to remove content.

Government can prescribe what is right and wrong through law and business are responsible to comply with regulations.

Network earn profit through what they create and if they fail to mitigate risk to users,they are the first party who should be held accountable.

Appropriate communication mechanism is required. For ex. Facebook has reporting features however in many cases they don't act.
This is a problem that networks are facing with law suits and petitions that arise after certain events that parents, or others, believe could have been prevented if the network had done something, IE report a suspicious profile to the authorities, or something of that nature.
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We should be all responsible not only the social networks. We can also report dangerous users.
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Of course, they should take full responsibility. They have this confidentiality agreement anyway.
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We should be all responsible not only the social networks. We can also report dangerous users.
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