The internet does more harm than good . Do you argee ?
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It helped quite a number of students, teenagers, adults and elderly to help them with their studies, their work projects and lets the elderly listen to the songs that may or may not be available in CD or DVD stores.
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Vote Placed by whiteflame 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Well, there's not much to this debate. I'm never given a reason why playing games all day is harmful, or why addiction is harmful. Cyber bullying is certainly a harm, but I'm not given a reason why it's specifically worse than any other type of bullying. Scams are similarly a problem, but one Pro never shows to be worse than without the Internet. The last remaining harm is misuse of the Internet by minors to go onto unspecified illegal sites, which I don't know the harm of nor am I certain that the harm exists often enough to matter. So I look at Con's case. At least with his, I understand that the Internet provides unprecedented access to knowledge. I'm not sure what the benefit of song access is, but I can say that knowledge is important, and that the Internet specifically contributes to it. So I vote Con.
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