Monday, May 20, 2019

Digital Security: Cyber Terror and Cyber Security

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These days, it is not unusual for 10- to 12-year-olds to be publishing their own Web sites or for second and third graders to begin computer classes. At the same time, computer games are becoming increasingly popular as major publishing houses continue to churn out educational computer programs for children in preschool. At the other end of the spectrum, technological know-how has become a requirement for most jobs in an increasingly digital world, as the computer has become a common tool in most professions. Even the often-mentioned “digital divide” between those who have access to computers and those who do not is being bridged with the development of tools such as the XD computer designed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Laboratory and the availability of computers at libraries and schools. As people become more reliant on digital devices to perform everyday tasks, these modern conveniences become commonplace.

1. Digital Stalking
2. Digital Hate
3. Viruses
4. Cyber Terrorism
5. Digital Spying
6. Digital Police
7. In the Future
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"Ananda Mitra", Ph.D. is the chair of the Department of Communication at Wake Forest University. He teaches courses on technology, popular culture, issues related to South Asia, and research methods. He has been a technology commentator for regional, national, and international media, such as Time magazine. Mitra has published articles in leading communications journals as well as two books.

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