Jeepers-Creepers! Results of values clashing on-line

As third world countries rapidly evolve to embrace cell-phones and iPods, even among the lower classes, the seeds of massive social change may be planted every second. If, for example, a young  Muslim woman in Yemen, or a rural Chinese farmworker, or a postal worker in Azerbaijan, gets access to the internet for the first time, and access to Western internet carriers especially, there may be an astounding clashing of values.

I am asking you the reader, to comment on these events, and on what you think will be the result  of these increasing world-wide communications at these sub-terranean levels of traditional open media.


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