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Magazine articles on the internet's impact on society, privacy, spam, hacking, scams, regulation.
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PC World
October 24, 2007
Erik Larkin
How to Protect E-Mail From Prying Eyes Encrypting your messages isn't the easiest thing to do, but it will ensure your privacy. mark for My Articles 180 similar articles
PC World
October 24, 2007
Stephen Manes
Today's Web: Use at Your Own Risk! Sites want the right to snoop on you. But just what do they promise to give you in return? mark for My Articles 1306 similar articles
November 1, 2007
Losses Jump, Spending Doesn't For the first time in years, computer crimes cost companies more money. mark for My Articles 150 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2007
Robert N. Charette
Open-Source Warfare Terrorists are leveraging information technology to organize, recruit, and learn -- and the West is struggling to keep up. The conflict in Iraq highlights how the open global access to increasingly powerful technological tools is in effect allowing small groups to declare war on nations. mark for My Articles 766 similar articles
PC Magazine
October 31, 2007
Lance Ulanoff
Deep-Sixing CAPTCHA The most popular challenge-response system on the Web is officially useless. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Wall Street & Technology
October 23, 2007
Melanie Rodier
How Are U.S. Businesses and Lawmakers Responding to Data Breaches? Nearly 77 million individuals have been affected by data breaches so far this year. But even after suffering a data breach, many businesses failed to implement encryption solutions or seek legal counsel. mark for My Articles 405 similar articles
October 24, 2007
Andy Patrizio
The 'Storm' That Keeps Blowing The Storm worm seems to unleash one new e-mail flood or denial of service attack every week. Why won't it go away? mark for My Articles 157 similar articles
October 23, 2007
Miyoko Ohtake
Candidates Pander to Geeks in the Webbiest Campaign Ever Online campaigning used to be a geek niche, but now just about everyone running for president is jockeying to show how socially networked, virally videoed, and blog-commented they are. mark for My Articles 96 similar articles
October 19, 2007
Andy Patrizio
Resistance Is Futile. Buy This Stock Spammers try using MP3s to pitch a pump and dump stock. It might work if the speaker didn't scare the daylights out of you. mark for My Articles 290 similar articles
Search Engine Watch
October 16, 2007
Greg Jarboe
Search About to Upset the Political Applecart Search engines have not eclipsed newspapers and television as the primary source of political information yet. But that day is not far off. Here are some usage stats. mark for My Articles 417 similar articles
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