Well leader might find it hard to keep

Well base on my understandings
about the topic. Three years ago, a panel of federal judges in Philadelphia struck down
the Communications Decency Act (CDA), a new law restricting
“indecent” speech on the Internet, saying it was unconstitutional.
They also took the time to praise the democratic possibilities of free
expression in a new global medium. In his widely quoted opinion, Judge Stewart
Dalzell, characterized the Internet “as the most participatory form of
mass speech yet developed,” indicating that the new medium deserved
“the highest protection from government intrusion”. So it means that
there are to Internet users to express their feelings or thoughts freely via Internet.
are advantages and disadvantages about the Computer-Mediated Communication. One
of the advantages of it is the ability to work
anywhere at any time. Many companies allow their employees to work from home
because of this technology. Portable laptops let many companies allow workers
to travel or work from home without sacrificing any productivity. It is the students who contribute the least in
face-to-face discussion who increase their participation the most in CMC
discussion. Another is employees also have the ability to multitask, which
can increase overall productivity for the organization. For example, an
employee on a laptop can respond to work queries while eating lunch at a
restaurant. While the disadvantages is having
a workplace that relies on computers is technology overload, which is when workers feel overwhelmed by the
constant influx of work and information through technology. Many workers feel
burned-out, as they cannot escape from their daily work environment. Their boss
can contact them at any point, and messages from work can come pouring in 24
hours a day.Group or
teamwork done via technology has some major differences from the traditional
model. A boss or leader might find it hard to keep control of the group
dynamics when everyone’s relating electronically instead of physically. Absence of Regulating
Feedback, lack of socio-emotional and nonverbal cues (often referred to as cues filtered out). In face to face
communication, head nods, smiles, eye contact, distance, tone of voice, and
other nonverbal behavior give
speakers and listeners information they can use to regulate, modify, and
control exchanges. Electronic communication may be inefficient for resolving
such coordination problems as telling another person you already have knowledge
of something he or she is explaining. The lack of social feedback might make it
difficult to coordinate and comprehend messages. The absence of informational feedback
between speakers and listeners in the computer- mediated communication
condition makes people don’t know exactly when their arguments are understood
or agreed to, and consequently everyone believes they have to exert more effort
to be understood making computer mediated communication more time consuming. The lack of true human contact. Electronic
communication tends to seem impersonal.
Communicators must imagine their audience, for at a terminal it almost seems as
though the computer itself is the audience. Messages are depersonalized,
inviting stronger or more uninhibited text and more assertiveness in return. The biggest
obstacle seems to be the basic design of the Internet itself, which was created
during the cold war to allow uninterrupted routing society of data traffic even
in the event of a nuclear war. At that time, the Internet was composed of only
a handful of computers, and if one computer failed, the data packets would
automatically detour around it. The Internet is composed of millions of
“host” computers, all but
a few of them privately maintained. They have taken for granted, until now, a
world in which geographical borders were of primary importance in establishing
legal sovereignty. Territorial boundaries constitute areas within which
different systems of law and sets of legal rules apply. Cyberspace, however, challenges
the ability of physical location to determine legal authority. First, due to
the cost and speed of message transmission on the Net is entirely independent
of physical location. The Internet enables simultaneous transactions between
large numbers of people who do not know the physical location of the other
party. There are serious problems in attempting to regulate the Internet in
terms of the traditional means of centralized authority.