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101: Usage Of The Internet
USERS OF INTERNET Nielsen Media Research, which began studying Internet usage in 1994, reported that in 1995 40% of Americans over the age of 12 had access to computers. (Nielsen Media Research, July 1996) 10% of Americans over 16, were online at that time. In their most recent survey, taken in December 1996 and January 1997, Nielsen reported that 23% of Americans over 16 are now Internet users, an amazing rate of growth. At least 50.6 million Americans are now online, according to Nielsen. (Associated Press, March 13, 1997) "At this rate, within two years the citizens of cyberspace will ...
102: The Internet Beyond Human Control
The Internet Beyond Human Control The Internet has started to change the way of the world during this decade. More homes, companies, and schools are getting hooked online with the Internet during the past few years. This change has started to become the new way of life present and future. The Internet system is so advanced it is ahead of our time. This system is ...
103: Internet in the Classroom
Internet in the Classroom The Internet is a network of millions of computers worldwide, connected together. It is an elaborate source of education, information, entertainment, and communication. Recently, President Bill Clinton expressed an idea to put the Internet into every classroom in America by the year 2000[4]. Considering the magnitude of this problem, and the costs involved, it is not realistically possible to set this as a goal. The Internet allows ...
104: Improving Cyberspace
Improving Cyberspace Honors English III Research Paper Thesis: Though governments cannot physically regulate the Internet, cyberspace needs regulations to prevent illegal activity, the destruction of morals, and child access to pornography. I. Introduction. II. Illegal activity online costs America millions and hurts our economy. A. It is impossible for our government to physically regulate cyberspace. 1. One government cannot regulate the Internet by itself. 2. The basic design of the Internet prohibits censorship. B. It is possible for America to censor the Internet. 1. All sites in America receive their address from the government. 2. The government could destroy the address for inappropriate material. 3. ...
105: INTERNET USERS TURN ADDICTS
INTERNET USERS TURN ADDICTS On June 14, ABC news reported that an "internet-crazed" Cincinnati woman was arrested for neglecting her three young children. The woman reportedly spent 12 hours straight online, while her hungry kids were locked away in one room so she could be online without interruption. The three kids were placed in county custody while the mother was tossed in jail. The Internet is rapidly becoming an addictive source to a lot of its users. Users of the Internet include students, housewives, and business professionals. Some of these Internet users spend a minimum of thirty-eight hours ...
106: Internet Censorship and the Communications Decency Act
Internet Censorship and the Communications Decency Act Last October, congress passed and President Clinton signed into law a new "sequel" to the unconstitutional Communications Decency Act. This new Internet censorship bill, the Child Online Protection Act or COPA (a.k.a. "CDA II"), would establish criminal penalties for any commercial distribution of material deemed "harmful to minors". Although I feel that this law will ... own views of what's "indecent" and "harmful to minors" on others. I believe that the government should have no business imposing these unconstitutional laws. The laws themselves are way to vague, many avocates of Internet censorship laws are ignorant of what the Internet really is or how it works, laws like these wouldn't work, and there are many alternatives to government enforced laws to protect children that would ...
107: The Internet Terms
INTERNET TERMS TERMS TO KNOW: 1. Anonymous FTP A traditional form of login to a public ftp site where the username is given as 'anonymous' and the password is your e-mail address, for example 'walthowe@delphi.com'. See ftp. 2. Archie/Telnet/Veronica 1. A storage repository for software, data, or other materials to be saved and preserved. 2. The command and program used to login from one Internet site to another. The telnet command/program gets you to the login: prompt of another host. 3. (Very Easy Rodent Oriented Net-wide Index to Computerized Archives) -- Developed at the University of Nevada, Veronica is ... tar. Files with the following extensions are likely to be archived: sea, tar, taz, taZ, tgz, and zip. See compression 3. ARPANET. The network created by the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) that became the Internet. See the Internet History 4. Backbone A central network connecting other networks together. Formerly a network run by the National Science Foundation for the US, there are now multiple backbones run by commercial providers ...
108: A Discussion On Multimedia
... have been made in digital compression technology-- particularly the difficult area of image compression. Multimedia online services are obtainable through telephone/computer or television links, multimedia hardware and software exist for personal computers, networks, the internet, interactive kiosks and multimedia presentations are available on CD-ROMs and various other mediums. The use of multimedia in our society has it benefits and it's drawbacks, most defiantly. Some of the more computer-related uses of multimedia, such as electronic publishing, the internet, and computers in education will be discussed in depth thought this paper. Electronic publishing is the publishing of material in a computer-accessible medium, such as on a CD-ROM or on the Internet. In a broader sense of the term it could also include paper products published with the aid of a desktop publishing program, or any form of printing that involves the use of a computer. ...
109: The Internet
The Internet Introduction w What is the internet? w Why you should have it? w I have it Body w Who sells the internet? w Equipment that's is needed? w Legal/illegal implications? w Accessibility- which browser? w Material w Protection w Upload/download Conclusion w Advantages? w What can it do for you? w New world ...
110: Virtual Banking
Virtual Banking TABLE OF CONTENTS 01.00............ EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 02.00............ TRENDS IN RETAIL BANKING 03.00............ ABOUT THE INTERNET 04.00............ VIRTUAL BANKING AND APPLICATIONS 04.01............ SMART CARDS 05.00............ EXAMPLES 06.00............ SECURITY ON THE INTERNET 06.01............ CRYPTOGRAPHY 06.02............ FIREWALLS 06.03............ TRUSTED OPERATING SYSTEMS 07.00............. REGULATIONS AND PROBLEMS 08.00............ CONCLUSION . 09.00. REFERENCES 01.00 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Internet is emerging as an efficient delivery channel for financial services. With Internet banking, customers do not need to have special bank-issued software. Banks maintain their identity and can differentiate themselves by customizing the ...


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