internet privacy

A new check from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport means that internet users will have to go through an age verification process before accessing X-rated sites. It has been introduced as a way of stopping under-18s accessing inappropriate material. But some say it is a breach of people's privacy.
We are all human, and as Nev Schulman states, what people ultimately want is to find a connection. Unfortunately however, there are people out there that exploit this fundamental human trait.
So I ask you, how is riding a bike any different from using the internet? We need to nurture our children, explain right from wrong, make them aware of the dangers lurking around every corner and to always think
It will come as no surprise that the amount of time 8-11s and 12-15s spend online has more than doubled since 2005. Similarly, a quarter of 8-11s and seven in ten 12-15s own a smartphone. These are startling figures, but are the reality of the increasingly digital world we are living in.
It's not clear what the government was looking for.
Yahoo secretly scanned millions of users’ incoming emails in real time, according to a Reuters story.  The news agency reports
An American couple whose postcode was registered to 600m IP addresses is suing the internet mapping firm responsible for
An American couple whose postcode was registered to 600m IP addresses is suing the internet mapping firm responsible for
Smartphone battery levels are being exploited to track users online, new research shows.  An API in HTML 5 enables sites