Censura de continguts a Internet: riscos i oportunitats

López-Borrull, Alexandre Censura de continguts a Internet: riscos i oportunitats. BiD. Textos Universitaris de Biblioteconomia i Documentació, 2005, n. 14. [Journal article (Unpaginated)]

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English abstract

The article describes different forms of content censorship taking place on the Internet. It starts by reviewing the main types of content targeted by censors, based on a qualitative formula taking into account religious, political or moral characteristics, as well as the age of the user. The author then describes the main programmes used for filtering content and concludes with a discussion of actions that have been undertaken —or could be carried out in the future— by the library community in dealing with this issue.

Catalan abstract

Es descriuen els tipus de censura de continguts que es duen a terme a Internet. En primer lloc, es fa un repàs dels principals continguts que pateixen censura a partir d’una fórmula qualitativa que té en compte elements de caràcter religiós, polític o moral i també l’edat de l’usuari. A continuació, es fa una descripció dels principals programes de filtratge de continguts. Finalment, es presenten unes consideracions sobre quines són i quines poden ser les actuacions del col·lectiu bibliotecari enfront d’aquestes qüestions.

Spanish abstract

Se describen los tipos de censura de contenidos presentes en Internet. En primer lugar, se repasan los principales contenidos censurados a partir de una fórmula cualitativa que considera aspectos religiosos, políticos, morales y también la edad del usuario. A continuación se describen los principales programas que permiten filtrar contenidos. Para finalizar se realizan unas consideraciones acerca de cuál es y cuál debería ser la actuación del colectivo bibliotecario en relación a este asunto.

Item type: Journal article (Unpaginated)
Keywords: Internet, Censorship
Subjects: E. Publishing and legal issues. > EE. Intellectual freedom.
E. Publishing and legal issues. > EF. Censorship.
Depositing user: Dr Alexandre López-Borrull
Date deposited: 08 Mar 2013 10:34
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:25
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/18740


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