Good and Bad of Technology
It all started innocently enough. The first computer was only capable of simple computation and the system filled an entire room. Everything was controlled by man. Assembly lines of factories were the main source of jobs. The Internet was a government controlled database for their own needs. Shortly after when the personal computer came to the mainstream a top of the line system would cost around $4,000. Now even our cheapest systems at $299 blow them away by far. The technology was gear towards adult but that has changed.
In European countries there are hackers at the age of 14 who every day sneak past the government top of the line information security specialist. Teenagers have developed their only language almost incomprehensible by their parents. Try to monitor your child or prevent access and its guaranteed that they will laugh at your attempts. A blooming population of developers are those of teenagers who have already mastered the art of coding and graphical work. Yet this all comes at a price.
How many kids are becoming the out cast of society being immersed in a world where anonymity is your shield? Where the only real identity is one you build through your network of Internet peers. The lobbyist are arguing that violent