Internet has become new service for helping most of the time but, there are certain occasions where it becomes a nuisance'
The internet has become a very popular tool at the hand of every one who is a computer literate person of course, used mostly to get information, shop online and download files, music and so on. But while surfing the internet for appropriate or specific information, we often end up wasting time with unwanted jargons and reacting to scam. We shall discuss deeper into these as we go on within the next chapters. Most people use the internet as it is one of the easiest ways to search for information rather than going through books as an example but when looking for a particular note, we often end up wasting time by reading inappropriate notes. Search engines sometimes give inaccurate information as some of them might be outdated and not useful. Scam is another greater concern, here is what pc news magazine mention about scam" Consumers who respond to online get-rich-quick scams are likely to have their details added to "sucker lists" which are used by scammers to identify potential victims, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has warned." (http://www.pcmag.co.uk/news/1161151).Scam can be in the form of pop ups to which internet users can't surf the web anymore without being assaulted by annoying ads that suddenly appear on their computer screens pitching everything from cheap airline tickets to spy cameras and sometimes even producing executable files without your knowledge. An example is what could happen in reality to some internet users, falling into internet dialler scam. Basically the unsuspecting user unwillingly downloads the software that alters their usual ISP (internet service provider) dial up number to a premium rate number costing £1.50 per minute, so users end up getting a massive telephone bill. Data also can be gathered indirectly, without your knowledge. For example, your travels around a web site can be tracked by a file called...
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