Our society faces a new area of danger: the Internet. We have all heard countless heartbreaking stories about the dangers of the Internet. Stories about children and teenagers being tempted to meet, face-to-face with online predators; stories about adults being conned into being broke by online con artists; stories about innocent teenagers being turned into mindless killers by online hate groups. Well, these stories are true! Make it prominent that you are talking to elderly here
One of the most horrific issues are pedophiles. Pedophilia is defined as sexual arousal in response to contact or images of teenagers. Some pedophiles misrepresent themselves as youngsters in chat rooms or via e-mail and trick children into making friendships with what they believe are peers. In one dishonorable case, a 47-year-old man misrepresented himself as a 15 year-old boy in e-mail to a 12-year old girl in New Jersey. The victim's mother stumbled onto a package from her daughter to a man she didn't know because the child had put the wrong postage on it. On the videotape inside, she found that her little girl had been frolicking in front of the video camera with no clothes on. This may be just a story, but it does happen in real life and it can happen to one of your family members.
What is a digital footprint? It’s a word used to describe the trail, traces or "footprints" that people leave online. This information transmitted online, such as e-mails, attachments, videos or digital images. These all leave traces of personal information about yourself available to the rest of the online society. As we know, people love to judge a book by its cover, the question is - do we want to be judged by our digital cover?
After going on a holiday, I come back and see enormous amount of e-mails in my inbox, however when I check them, my expectations of me being popular smash into the wall of spam and most of those spam e-mails asking for my bank details, or other personal...
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