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5- Number of Internet Users in Arab Countries Edges Towards Two Million / by Fawaz Jarrah, March 7, 2000. http://www.ditnet.co.ae/itnews/me_internet/users.html 6- Associated Press : Internet Still Censored in Saudi Arabia, Sep. 28, 2000. http://www.nua.le/surveys 7- Saudi Arabia blocks access to yahoo clubs / by Dit Staff. August, 13, 2000. http://www.dtnet.co.ae/newsaug2000/26.html

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13- Ashcroft , Richard J. ( 1997 ) – Nobody Can Control the Internet. http://people.enternet.com.au/~riashcro/essays/censor.htm 14- Burton , Paul F. ( 1996 ) Content on the Internet : Free or Fettered? Feb. 1996. http://www.dis.strath.ac.uk/people/paul/CIL 96.html 15- Pierlot, Paul A. (2000) Self_ Regulation of Internet Content: A Canadian Perspective.16p. http://www.isoc.org/inet2000/cdproceedings/8k/8k_2.html

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23- Akdeniz, Yaman (1997) The Regulation of Pornography and Child Pornography on The Internet.- The Journal of Information,Law and Technology, 28 February 1997. http://elj.warwick.ac.uk/jilt/internet/97_lakdz/akdeniz.htmP.9 . 24- European Commission (Communication) (1996) Illegal and Harm full Content on the Internet, Com (96) 487, Brussels, 16, Octoder 1996. http://www2.echo.lu/legal/en/internet/content/content.html 25- Cyber_Rights & Cyber_Liberties (uk) Report (1997) Who Watches The Watchmen: Internet Content Rating Systems, and Privatized Censorship.- November 1997. http://www.leeds.ac.uk/law/pgs/yaman/watchmen.htm

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p.6 34- Writing an Acceptable Use Policy ( AUP ). http://www.ash.udel.edu/ash/teacher/AUP.html

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35- Truett, Carol … etal. (1997) Responsible Internet Use.– Learning and Leading with Technology, March, p.54 36- Willard, Nancy (1996) Alegal and educational and analysis of K – 12 Internet acceptable use policies. http://www.cyberethics.com/ 37- World – Wide Web Guide lines. http://cspmserver.gold.ac.uk/guidance.html 38- WWW Policies and Guide lines. http://www.lehigh.edu/~sek2/wwwpols.html 39- Technology and WWW Policies / Colorado College Tutt Library. http://www.cc.colorado.edu/library/current/wwwpol.html 40- Armadillo’s WWW Server – Acceptable Use Policies. http://chico.rice.edu/armadillo/acceptable.html 41- River Bend Library System: Internet Acceptable Use Policies. http://www.rbls.lib.il.us /rbls/internet.html 42- Web Policies that Work / by Michael Stoner. http://www.sunybroome.edu/~hatala_j/Polhome.html 43- Cornell University Policy – Information Technology Rights and Responsibilities. http://www.cornell.edu/docs/Policies 44- Acceptable Use Policy for Electronic Resources. http://www.usouth.edu/Policies 45- The University of Chicago._ Eligibility and Acceptable Use Policy for Information Technology. http://www.uchicago.edu/docs/Policies/eaup/ 46- Drexel University Acceptable Use Policy. http://www.drexel.edu/IRT/policies/acceptableuse.html 47- PENN Computing – Policy on Acceptable Use of Electronic Resources. http://www.upenn.edu/computing/help/doc/Passport/Policies.html 48- University of Delaware – Policy for Responsible Computing. http://www.udel.edu/ecce/policy.approved.html 49- Responsible Use of Information Technology Academic Computing and Instructional Technology Services, The University of Texas at Austin. http://ww.utexas.edu/cc/policies/responsible.html 50- Web Policies._ Brown University. http://www.brown.edu/webmaster/wpolicy.html 51- Austin College Responsible Use Policy. http://www.austinc.edu/information/document/responsibleuse.html 52- Let’s Make A Deal ! the Carleton College Academic Computer User Covenant. http://www.carleton.edu/ campus/ITS /accounts/policy/deal.Html 53- Policy for the World Wide Web at the University of Western Ontario. http://www.uwo.ca/IP/policies/wwwpol.html 54- University of Aberdeen. _ Summary of Conditions for Using IT Facilities. http://www.abdn.ac.uk/diss/docu/summcond.hit/ITcond.hti

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55- Marquette University._ Acceptable Use Policy: Electronic Resources. http://www.marquett.edu/docs/policies 56- ASU West Library._ Workstation and Internet Access Policy. http://www.west.asu.edu/library/info/policy/internet_access _policy.html 57- Milner Library Computer and Internet Acceptable Use Policy. Illinois State University. http://www.mlb.ilstu.edu/about/mi/apuse.html 58- Linscheid Library. East Central University. Internet Acceptable Use policy. http://www.ecok.edu/library/libinfo/policies/internet.html 59- Kent State University Libraries media Services. World Wide Web Acceptable Use Policy. http://www.lms.kent.edu/policies.html 60- Appalachian State University Libraries Internet Access Policy. http://www.library.appstate.edu/geninfo/policies/internetuse.html 61- Central Michigan University Libraries. CMU Libraries Internet Access Policy. http://www.lib.cmich.edu/accesspolicy.html 62- Herrick Memorial Library at Alfred University. Internet Use Policy. http://www.herr.alfred.edu/polices/internetpolicy.asp 63- Henry Madden Library, California State University, Fresno, Internet Policy. http://www.lib.csufresno.edu/libraryinformation/internetpolicy.html 64- Florida Atlantic University Libraries PC Use Policy. http://www.library.fau.edu/policies/pcuse.htm 65- University of Saskatchewan – Libraries Computer and Internet Acceptable Use Regulations http://www.usaskatchewan.ca/info/ciaur.html 66- University of Regina library – Internet Acceptable Use Policy. http://www.uregina.ca/library/info/iaup.html 67- University of Namibia Library: Library Internet Services Use Policy. http://www.unam.na/4320/interpd.htm

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