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TOPIC 2 – NAVIGATING THE WEB

PART 1

a) 1) Search allows users to find products and service online 2) Users not aware of ways to search to their best advantage 3) The actually search engines themselves 4) Ranking algorithm for listing the result

b) Yes,I agree.In my opinion,searching is the best way to solve problems. There are so many search engine out there that can be use to search any of your question or the way to do something.

PART 2

a) 1) Near web : can be seen when lean over a screen. Example laptop. 2) Here web : accesses it through a device that always be carried.e.g:handphone 3) Far web : seen when sit back from a big screen. Example television. 4) Weird web : through voice and listening to something. 5) B2B : do not possess a consumer interface. 6) D2D : internet sensor deployed in meshes networks.

b) In this moment,the answer should be no. There could be no more.
c) This all will make the business environment be more interesting and productive due to new innovations.

TOPIC 3 – SECURITY AND PRIVACY

Question 1
The news international phone hacking scandal is one of the biggest examples for the privacy breaches. Staff of the newspaper were accused of hacking into the phone message banks of celebrities,politicians and the royal family as well as relatives of solders killed in Afganistans and families of victims of crime by published private content of their messages. As a consequence there was an inquiry into the scandal and people lost their jobs. Some of the main consequences of the scandal included the arrest of senior staff,resignation of staff,death of the whistle blower,closing of the news paper ,and huge financial losses for the company.

Question 2
a) The vast amounts of data storage collected by gathering data from various sources and compiling it and reselling it back to its original sources I some cases,



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