In 2014, activist(s) opposed to SOPA declared “Internet Freedom Day“, a day to celebrate the “…freedom of expression”. Their act of protest (against copyright) was to distribute video copies of Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech; this video is owned and copyrighted by EMI [details here], and it is not of the public domain. […]
“Attention: This article needs attention from an expert!” Yes, you’ve read that correctly and furthermore, I’m willing to admit that “the neutrality of this article is disputed”. Problematic and provocative, eh? These messages are actually Wikipedia templates used to tag non-authoritative, biased, poorly-cited or otherwise incomplete articles.
Web search is critically important. How many of us search the web every day? But how does it work, and how do we know what results we’re going to get? This lesson helps teach about how web searching finds content, and teaches about how some content must be treated as suspect.