Cal Poly Campus's Faculty Faces Battle Over Proposed Anti-Pornography Resolution

Scott Carlson, Tidsskriftet for Universiteternes Efter- og Videreuddannelse, Feb 21, 2003
Commentary by Stephen Downes

On the one hand, nobody wants university resources to be wasted in the viewing of pornography, especially when this material may be left on desktops, printed on network computers, or just generally within the view of people who would be offended. On the other hand, the viewing of pornography may form a part of some academic programs, be a part of a research program, or may simply be a person's choice of perfectly legal viewing material. It seems to me that the rule here should roughly reflect our approach to pornographic magazines: read what you want in private, but keep it out of general view.
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