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forum- Forums are classified as public or nonpublic.
A public forum, also called an open forum, is open to all expression that is protected under the First Amendment. Streets, parks, and sidewalks are considered open to public discourse by tradition and are designated as traditional public forums. The government creates a designated public forum when it intentionally opens a nontraditional forum for public discourse. Limited public forums, such as municipal meeting rooms, are nonpublic forums that have been specifically designated by the government as open to certain groups or topics. Traditional public forums cannot be changed to nonpublic forums by governments.
Public forums cannot be restricted based on content. But even public forums can be restricted as to the time, place and manner of speech. In the 1972 case Grayned v. Rockford, the Supreme Court found that "The nature of a place, 'the pattern of its normal activities, dictate the kinds of regulations of time, place, an Atari games - Atari Games Corporation was an American producer of arcade games, and originally part of Atari, Inc.
Atari is known as the corporate and the brand name company which was originally owned by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney in 1972. It used to be a pioneer arcade games, home video games, and computer games. The companyís product changed the meaning of computer entertainment industry from 1970 to the mid of 1980.
Atari games continued to produce arcade games (though the Warner communications sold Atari Inc to Jack Tramiel) and also started to sell cartridges for Nintendo Entertainment system starting from 1987.
The company that owns the Atari Inc was founded in the year 1993 under GT Interactive and also renamed it in the year 1999 to Infogames. In 2003, Infogames licensed Atariís name and logo from Atari Interactive and changed the name to Atari Inc.
Atari game is known worldwide mainly by kids who enjoy playing it. Atari games do not only give enjoyment to kids but also educates them in way, by using their brain while playing it.
Online gaming - An online game is a game played over some form of computer network. This almost always means the Internet or equivalent technology, but games have always used whatever technology was current: modems before the Internet, and hard wired terminals before modems. The expansion of online gaming has reflected the overall expansion of computer networks from small local networks to the Internet and the growth of Internet access itself. Online games can range from simple text based games to games incorporating complex graphics and virtual worlds populated by many players simultaneously. Many online games have associated online communities, making online games a form of social activity beyond single player games.
The rising popularity of Flash and Java led to an Internet revolution where websites could utilize streaming video, audio, and a whole new set of user interactivity. When Microsoft began packaging Flash as a pre-installed component of IE, the Internet began to shift.