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Title
Internet safety Internet safety
Type
Text
Language
English
Classification
LCC: TK5105.875.I57 I5735 2009 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 364.16/8 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2009007443
Table Of Contents
Safety in numbers: an overview of Internet safety
Importance of cybersecurity increases as online attacks get more dangerous / Daniel Fowler
Newly nasty / The economist
Browsers : the new threat landscape / Andrew Garcia
Web 2.0 security / Marji McClure
Deleting your digital past
for good / Tracy Mayor
Dead teen's mother : misdemeanor convictions a "stepping stone" in cyberbullying case / Kim Zetter
Cyberspace threats and vulnerabilities (excerpted from The national strategy to secure cyberspace) / U.S. Department of Homeland Security
National policy and guiding principles (excerpted from The national strategy to secure cyberspace) / U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Viruses, spam, and netbots
Malware, spyware, spamware, beware / Yan Barcelo
Beware the digital zombies / John Markoff
Bugging broadband / Charles Arthur
A slice of apple / Seth Colaner
On-line identity theft
Online identity theft / Brigitte Acoca
Questions about online identity theft / Reid Goldsborough
Guard yourself against identity theft on social networks / Pamela Yip
Swiped, stolen and sold / The New York times
Startup plans to solve online identity theft, but does anyone care? / Alexander Gelfand
Internet safety for teens and children
Kids put online safety first / Marianne McGee
When teens turn cyberbullies / Paris S. Strom and Robert D. Strom
Patrolling Web 2.0 / Robert Losinski
Sex predator / Asra Q. Nomani
Survey finds teens solicit students more than adult predators / School Violence Alert
Lori Drew is a meanie / Emily Bazelon
Decoding MySpace / Michelle Andrews
Online photos put hazing in the spotlight / Stacy A. Teicher
New ways of war: cyberattacks
The new e-spionage threat / Brian Grow, Keith Epstein, and Chi-Chu Tschang
When do online attacks cross the line into cyberwar? / Alex Kingsbury
Russia accused of unleashing cyberwar to disable Estonia / Ian Traynor
It's cyberwar! / Michael Petrou
The flaw at the heart of the Internet / Erica Naone
Cybercriminals can't get away with it like they used to / Jon Swartz
Cyber-attack operations near / David A. Fulghum.
Authorized Access Point
Stein, Richard Joseph. Internet safety