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    Digital media reveals a “digital dictatorship” practiced by some politicians in Iraq

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    Digital media reveals a “digital dictatorship” practiced by some politicians in Iraq Empty Digital media reveals a “digital dictatorship” practiced by some politicians in Iraq

    Post by Rocky Sun 08 May 2022, 5:38 am

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    [size=52]Digital media reveals a “digital dictatorship” practiced by some politicians in Iraq[/size]

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    [size=45]Today, Sunday, the Digital Media Center revealed a digital dictatorship practiced by some politicians in Iraq by closing the feature for users to comment on publications in their accounts and pages on the Twitter and Facebook platforms .[/size]
    [size=45]The center stated in a statement that "social networking sites are based on the foundations of communication and the principles of dialogue that are embodied through comments and interaction on publications, and that the public accounts of Iraqi politicians are a general right of the public, and therefore depriving them of commenting or expressing opinions is a violation of the principles of democracy that are based on Opinion and the other opinion".[/size]
    [size=45]He added, "The real digital culture stands against the approach of closing the comment feature on their accounts, especially since closing this feature establishes a new dictatorship that is unique in one opinion and does not listen to the other opinion, and deprives the owner of the publication from accessing important opinions that may exceed the publications' value."[/size]
    [size=45]In its statement, the center pointed out that “many of the comments carry deep opinions and have specific connotations or appeals, and therefore canceling this feature means the validity of one opinion and not accepting the idea of ​​seeing a different opinion,” noting that “some scientific studies urged following the A more feasible approach to reducing bad comments or those that carry hateful language, by warning the owners of this type of comments that they can be prevented from commenting or expressing their opinions on this page or that, as these warnings contributed to reducing the incorrect behavior of many users.”[/size]
    [size=45]In this context, the Center notes “three points related to the subject, the first is the necessity that the comments bear a measure of responsibility and that they stay away from insults and use immoral vocabulary because the comment in itself reveals the cultural and moral level of its owner, and this type of comments will not benefit Including the account holder and the other commentators.”[/size]
    [size=45]And he continued, "Closing the comments may be without the knowledge of the administrator or the account holder, as it may be an individual decision for the page or account administrator because he is unable to accept the opinions or the way they are written or dealt with."[/size]
    [size=45]The center concluded its statement that “the platforms have provided a set of features that can be used to restrict the writing of some words, terms and emojis in the comments, and thus it is possible to limit the appearance of some of them in a specific account instead of closing the comments permanently, and comments can be specified for a specific category of followers or fans.”[/size]
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