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I agreed with Dan Gillmor regarding to the First Amendment. We fought over little thing like whether we should included the word god in our national anthem, but other country, journalists don’t have to option to express their opinions. Governments would oppress and monitor what being said or written. Journalists might be jailed or be killed if they are willing to speak their mind against government’s objective. Also, information can be misleading and taken out of context if the writer isn’t careful. New software like Photoshop CS3 can easily manipulates an image from its original context. Writers must used references or sources to back up their story. Technology makes our job easier, but we have to be careful of how they are being used.

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