As the internet became bigger and bigger, everybody started to post anything without any restriction. This thing isnít always good, as we all couldíve expected, it came with some major disadvantages.
On one hand, everybody is responsible for what they post online. You should assume every word that you address, and you should as well think twice before insulting someone or selling illegal stuff and much more things that should not be on the internet because eventually police can find your IP address and you should not be surprised when youíll wake up with a police officer at your door. There are way too many fake accounts on the social media and the easiest way to reduce all that mess is by everyone proving their identity when they set up an account. You would not be able to use a fake name or address and automatically people would be much more aware of what they would say. This wouldnít take too long to make and it actually represents a valuable solution for all the body trafficking, drug selling, faking identity and hurting other peopleís feelings on the internet.
On the other hand, kids wouldnít be able to enter forbidden websites because they would have to prove their real birth date. It would be such a relief for the parents because they donít always got the time to check their kidís history or limit their time spent on the internet as they work most time of the day, or for all irresponsible parents that just donít care about how their children spend time on the internet. And, of course, old parents that have no idea how a phone works.
Finally, if this theory would ever be allowed, it would solve pretty much all of the problems on the internet.

use formal language, specific and unemotional
it is not very clear what you're trying to analyse or argue for/against

Last edited by teacherovi (2019-10-12 20:12:37)