Human-Computer Interaction: Ergonomics and User Interfaces - Vol. 1

By Hans-Jörg Bullinger; Jürgen Ziegler | Go to book overview

QUALITY OF INFORMATION IN INTERNET AS
AN INFORMATION SECURITY BASIS

Tamara Grinchenko Institute of Applied Informatics, Kyiv, Ukraine Chervonoarmiyska St. 23b 252004 Tel.: 228-57-62, E-mail: grin@iprinet.kiev.ua


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<>..that is some information. There is no question that information has huge effect. It can promote development of person and community, it can kill as well. <>. Today, in Internet days, these words of Russian literature classic ( A. S. Griboedov) are very actual. What is the cause of appearing such huge quantity of "evil" information (pornography, especially children one, terrorist's manual, aggressive games, racism propaganda and so on) in Internet?

The notions of <> and <> were stated in high antiquity. We think that there were a lot of evil-bearing people in all the times. They alike other people wanted manifest themselves through the word and wanted to be heard or to be read.

When authoring was destiny of selected people (because of restriction in publishing, illiteracy, mass-media control) the last ones were limited oneself with sounding the words or picturing them on the mountains, walls, desks, fences. Now, in the epoch of Internet, everyone having access to it, may manifest himself. So Internet is so manifold.

What are the methods to overcome the negative sides of Internet?

Today there are some methods of information filtration of Internet by filter programs. These programs are divided into corporative ones and for home use. The first ones carrying out control over efficiency of Internet use by office collaborators. The second programs intend to protect morals of minors.

In Ukraine, basing on doctrine of Internet's danger, there are many publications regarding restriction of its use, and control over information. That brings the question of creating some <> ( J.Orwell, >> 1984>>). The obligation of this Ministry was to correct the information according to political

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