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Magazine articles on the internet's impact on society, privacy, spam, hacking, scams, regulation.
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PC World
March 20, 2007
Stephen Manes
Software That Just Won't Shut Up Good luck trying to focus, with today's interrupting applications pressing for your attention. mark for My Articles 92 similar articles
The Motley Fool
April 3, 2007
Rick Aristotle Munarriz
Vote MySpace in '08 Hail to the cyberspace chief. The social-networking site will hold its own presidential primary come January. Has the Internet really come so far that it can alter the landscape of an election by being the first vocal read on the nation's pulse? mark for My Articles 393 similar articles
April 2, 2007
Michael Hickins
Postini Gets Google's Blessing Postini today said it plans to provide security, administration and archiving services for Gmail, Google's on-demand e-mail service. mark for My Articles 806 similar articles
Bank Technology News
March 2007
John Adams
Offline Fraud Continues to Flourish in an Online World Web fraud gets the headlines, but offline fraud accounts for a high percentage -- almost 70% -- of operating losses. It's a problem that IT pros ignore at their peril. mark for My Articles 388 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
April 2007
Paul McFedries
Social-isms Many predicted that the Internet would produce societal breakdown and individual meltdown, but a funny thing happened on the road to ruination: nothing much. Society as a whole remains intact, and a few cases of Internet addiction notwithstanding, online users seem no worse off. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
The Motley Fool
March 30, 2007
Mary Dalrymple
Fighting Identity Theft the IRS Way Lawmakers on the House of Representatives committee that oversees tax laws recently approved a bill with two items designed to help consumers avoid and cope with identity theft. mark for My Articles 468 similar articles
Registered Rep.
March 29, 2007
Kevin Burke
Ex-Merrill Broker Nabbed in Online Gambling Sting The latest instance of gambling ribaldry involves a former Merrill Lynch broker who was among 17 people arrested for allegedly operating a $30 million online-gambling operation out of a strip club, according to a Reuters report. mark for My Articles 125 similar articles
The Motley Fool
March 27, 2007
Tim Beyers
Lock Your Digital Door Computer users logged more than 270,000 cases of potential Internet-based fraud during 2006, resulting in $198.4 million in losses. Digital thieves, like the real kind, have just one interest: separating you from your money. Don't let them. mark for My Articles 401 similar articles
March 26, 2007
Andy Patrizio
Russia's Latest Export To America: Malware They make it, they sell it, but we host it. Finjan finds America is cutting its own throat by hosting most of the malware on the Web. mark for My Articles 60 similar articles
The Motley Fool
March 26, 2007
Mary Dalrymple
Buyer and Seller Beware Online auction fraud outranks all other Internet complaints. In general, most people who trade on online auction sites are trustworthy, but be on the lookout for the exceptions by heeding these cautions from the FBI and the FTC. mark for My Articles 487 similar articles
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