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An Intelligent Data Filtration Tool to Eliminate Harmful Data Factors that Affect Internet's Users in Education

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1 Author(s)
Hameed, S.A. ; Electrical & Computer Engineering Department, IIUM University, Malaysia.

Internet has an important affect on students, academic staffs and researchers. It plays a great role to. evolve education, facilitates information retrieving and publication, provide tools to expand knowledge, supporting video conferencing and distance learning. Although Internet has appreciated role but it still has some drawbacks and harmful impacts such as. slow data accessing, retrieving huge volume of data, existence of not trusted and harmful information, has a bad impact on ethical and religious concerns. A survey study is done to determine. the main harmful data factors, the ways of getting harmful data and the user's acceptance to do filtration for such data. Survey results show that there is a need to develop an Intelligent Data Filtration (IDF) tool, which have the ability to filter text, figure, pictures, video and audio data according to ethical and social aspects of the users and society. The main components and architecture of this filtration tool are described. Implementing such tool will lead to improve the internet usage andperformance in education.

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Information and Communication Technologies, 2006. ICTTA '06. 2nd  (Volume:2 )

Date of Conference:

24-28 April 2006