Over the past week, we have been using the EBSCO database to further our research on our topics. The two articles I came across are important when examining the broader impact of Silicon Valley on the American economy and society as a whole. The first article I read was about how Silicon Valley's booming tech industry has led to a drastic increase in the cost of living in Northern California over the past few years.
This week, using the Gale database, I researched several topics that are encompassed by the larger topic of Silicon Valley & The Internet Revolution. The first article that I was read was one from Newsweek about how Silicon Valley is killing entrepreneurship in the rest of the United States. The argument that the author Kevin Maney argues that Americans can only spend a certain amount of money on new startup companies, and since Silicon Valley has become the nation's capital for entrepreneurs, it is taking away money from other cities' new businesses.
Over the past few weeks, we have been educated about social media, and it’s dangers. I’ve learned that there are many things that could go wrong when using social media, and that although it may feel safe to be hiding behind a computer screen, actions have consequences, and these consequences can be very dangerous.
The internet has become the new platform of communication and associations in life. Allowing easier connections across countries and time zones and opinions has opened up the world to many, but while forming associations on the internet is an undeniably useful skill, it also has its own dangers and potholes. To successfully navigate the internet as a teenager is a complex skill which requires a certain wariness that must carefully not impose on personal gain of internet sharing.
In the Lord of the Flies, utter freedom leads to little boys turning into complete savages. I’m convinced the Internet works in a similar way. There’s no official rules surrounding how to act towards each other on the internet, which gives a sense of utter freedom. People wouldn’t dare say in person the things they so freely type on Twitter, Facebook, blogs, comments on videos and articles. Lord of the Flies features people living away from society’s eye; the internet is smack in the middle of our society, but seems to be considered separate in a way.
There are many risks of using the internet. one such risk is cyberbullying or cyberstalking. this is a type of bullying where another person who you may not know tries to figure out who you are and where you live through the internet. this is also when someone bullies you on the internet, and often you have no control over it because they can do whatever they want on the internet. another risk is malware, which comes in many forms.
Did you know that you could be at risk using the Internet right now? The Internet is a very useful tool when used properly, but it can be dangerous. There are many types of dangers while using the Internet, like malware, identity theft, and cyber bullying. Well, what is malware? Malware is software made by programmers for malicious purposes. It can lead you to lose your most important information, or reveal all your personal stuff. A lot of these are Trojans, which pretend to be something official but are fakes, and spyware or adware. These can literally destroy your life, to an extent.
When going onto the internet, always remember that there are risks. You may be at risk of identity theft, cyber-stalking, cyber-bullying, having black hat hackers take over your computer and many more. To minimize these risks, you should always think twice before typing in any personal information, such as your social security number and your address. Additionally, you should regularly update your computer, which minimizes the risk of viruses going through your computer’s defenses and into your computer.
There are many risks of using the Internet, but there are also ways to avoid them. Some risks are things like identity theft, viruses, Trojans, malware, and Cyber Bullying/Stalking. There are ways to prevent risks such as these. You should never expose your personal information online, that way you could prevent identity theft. If on a social media website you are get cyber bullied/stalked then you can always report that person for abuse or you could block them so they can't contact you anymore.
There are many ways to avoiding the Internet's risks, while using it. On social media websites, you should not respond to someone who you do not know, or are not supposed to know. Also, you should not open suspicious files, links, or attachments someone you do not know sends to you. When there is a program or offer you could "download for free", and it is free when it should not be, it is probably because it is a program that could harm your computer. To prevent from being a victim of malware, or malicious software, you should update your computer's security system often.
Using the internet has many dangerous risks. Some risks include malware, identity theft, and illegal downloads. Basically, malware is software that is intended to damage or disable computers and computer systems. You can prevent this by downloading proved anti-malware software, such as Norton, and not downloading any programs that you don't know. Identity theft is the fraudulent acquisition and use of a person's private identifying information, usually for financial gain.
Malware or formally known as malicious software is any software employed by black-hat hackers with the intentions of harming computers. Most malware are stealthy and sly, in the procedure of getting in without your consent. Malware can be utilized to even spy on people and sabotage computer(s). Malware is a serious threat to being safe online. Malware is a very general term. Malware is an umbrella term for many types of computer/virtual threats that branch out from malware. These include but are not limited to viruses, worms, the notorious Trojan viruses, etc.
On the internet, there are many risks. You never know when you can get hacked, or a virus or a worm even. The fact that we cannot detect these things makes them all the more terrifying. Despite the fact that we cannot detect these risks on the Internet, we can learn how to avoid them, and it's quite easy. Most times the way that your account gets hacked is that you get an email saying you should change your password for this account, and what ends up happening is that you end up going to a website that isn't the one that you usually use, but you don't notice.
The internet is a vast place full of knowledge everywhere and anywhere. But how much knowledge is there? And is it safe? Although the internet seems like a safe place, where you can communicate and play games, it’s more of a dangerous world where people are everywhere and they want your information. To avoid the risks of being online, you have to be careful where you visit. Some websites will ask you for your personal information by pretending to use it for your benefit, but in reality, they’re just using the information against you.
There are many risks to using the Internet online. Some of the more infamous ones are viruses, worms, scareware, and phishing.
Viruses are programs installed by hackers to invade your computer and find valuable documents or information. They may seriously infect your computer, and the hacker in charge of controlling it may also download anything from your desktop to theirs or vice versa. You can avoid viruses by avoiding any ads that seem too flashy or just begging for your attention. Clicking on one of them may lead you to an unsafe site that may then infect your computer.
The internet is a place full of wonder and curiosity but it can also be a place full of danger. The internet is a place where you can look things up such as videos and information for a school project but you never know what websites are fake and what are real. Some websites are full of viruses that can seep their way into your computer without you knowing. Some ways to avoid this are having a complicated password and username.
There are many risks to using the internet. For example, some websites can download a virus onto your computer. These websites will sometimes ask you to download anti-virus software on your computer, when you are actually downloading a virus. Computer viruses can access your information and computer screen once they are downloaded. They can steal your information very easily. There are people on the internet called ‘Black-Hat hackers’, who can hack into your internet accounts and steal your information.
The Internet has become part of our daily lives, but do we really understand what we're using? There are many dangers of using the Internet. We usually overlook these risks, or we don't even know about them at all.
We all know how your identity could be easily stolen if you're not careful enough. We also know that to prevent this, you should abstain from giving out personal information. This includes: full name, address, passwords, etc. You should create a strong password, ex) "abc123" would not be a good choice.
I can abstain from giving away any personal information, such as my address, for if I do, stalkers can use this personal information to their advantage. In addition, I can abstain from clicking on pop-ups, as they might be spyware, scareware, or any other type of malware. To help protect myself from such malware, I can install certified programs such as McAfee. To protect passwords, I should not write them down in any form anywhere on anything on the Internet. Hackers can gain access to your accounts and post things that you did not post.
There are a lot of things on the Internet, both good and bad. Keyword right there; bad. Yes. There are bad things on the Internet which may lead to risks you should avoid. However in general, there are many risks on the Computer you are using right now (maybe). Viruses are one category of risks there is to using your Computer. Viruses may include; times where you have to pay for things without explanation, where the computer freezes, where you may not be able to exit out of an Internet webpage, and when an unexpected website appears.
Every teen or preteen has been lectured tirelessly about the negative effects of drugs. Although granted that quite a few teens might get into drugs, even the most intelligent teens or preteens in history, I don’t believe that it’s the major problem that teens have. True, for many, peer pressure could get them to start doing drugs or other evil things that would end up corrupting them, but I believe that internet safety is the bigger problem to worry about.
The Internet has become a necessary part of our everyday lives. From watching youtube to doing homework, the lives of students, teachers, and many other people revolve around the WiFi connection we have all come to know and love. However, the Internet can also be very dangerous as well...you can be cheated, bullied, and intellectually stolen from if you aren't careful. Here are some tips for browsing the internet with safety:
We all use the Internet and we admire how advance it is. The Internet is full of so many important and wonderful things that we just love and rely on. However, like everything in the world, there are always the cons of the Internet. While using the Internet, you need to avoid the risks of it. There are many risks out there, but there are also many ways to avoid suffering from these risks. One risk is cyber bullying. Cyber bullying is a major issue that can lead to depression and even suicide.
The risks of the internet come in many forms. If one looks at the simple act of downloading, risks are found. Downloads may contain Trojans, a type of malware that enters your computer as something that looks harmless. They can compromise your computer, and even access your bank account.You can prevent this by only going on trusted sites to download files. Another issue pops up when you see ads that say you could win what is advertised if you pitch in some money. The people behind these ads can steal the information entered by the people, and can access many confidential accounts.
The internet helps us to stay with the pace of the fast moving world. It leaves millions of answers at your fingertips in seconds and all sorts of entertainment designed for you. However, the internet has it's risks. The internet can be manipulated by highly skilled technicians who wish to steal personal information, bully you, or to install malware (short for malicious software). These people are called hackers. Sometimes, hackers aren't the only thing to ruin your computer.
The internet has become an essential part of our everyday lives. However, we should remember that the internet can also be a dangerous place where we have to take precautions. You can be a victim of identity theft, cyber bullying, hackers, viruses, phishing,etc. on the internet. To avoid these things, first of all don’t download anything suspicious and stay away from bad sites that can give you viruses. If you get an email from an anonymous person try not to open it. Also, ask your parents before downloading any software.
Using the internet can be fun and entertaining,however, always use the internet at your own risk. Be aware of malware, worms, trojans, cyberbulying, phishing, etc. These risks can be avoided, just be cautious. When you are opening an email, read it carefully. Ask yourself, "Is this offer too good to be true?" "Does this look shady?", and carefully examine the URL that you are on. Id the URL does not end in ".com", ".net" ".gov" or ends with something that you don't know, DO NOT GO ON IT, especially if you are providing that website any sensitive information.
The internet is a vast collection of social media, photos, videos, search engines, sites, etc. Anything can happen on the Internet. There is both a positive and negative side to this. Because the Internet is HUGE, there are benefits and risks to being online. When you're online, you must be cautious even as to what you click on, access, or type. When online, you should always be sure to keep your personal information to yourself, and only to yourself. Always be careful to what links you click on and what websites you submit information too.