Cyber sex 1 v 1
Amongst individuals on cyberspace, there is believed to be a code of shared rules and ethics mutually beneficial for all to follow, referred to as cyberethics.
Many view the right to privacy as most important to a functional code of cyberethics.
For instance, we imagined a kind of mobile production unit, but unfortunately the drawings have been lost. It was supposed to be computer-controlled, allowing you to create interesting shapes and sequences of spaces.
It was a merging of organic and technological systems, a new way of structuring the world.
The term entered the popular culture from science fiction and the arts but is now used by technology strategists, security professionals, government, military and industry leaders and entrepreneurs to describe the domain of the global technology environment.
Others consider cyberspace to be just a notional environment in which communication over computer networks occurs.
Barlow describes it thus in his essay to announce the formation of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (note the spatial metaphor) in June 1990: In this silent world, all conversation is typed.
To enter it, one forsakes both body and place and becomes a thing of words alone.
Collectively, they form what their inhabitants call the Net.We felt that there was a need to loosen up the rigid confines of urban planning, giving back the gift of creativity to individual human beings and allowing them to shape and design their houses or dwellings themselves – instead of having some clever architect pop up, telling you how you should live.We were thinking in terms of open-ended systems where things could grow and evolve as required. The nozzle would emit and apply material that grew to form amorphous mushrooms or whatever you might imagine.You can see what your neighbors are saying (or recently said), but not what either they or their physical surroundings look like.Town meetings are continuous and discussions rage on everything from sexual kinks to depreciation schedules.