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Corporate America and companies around the globe are spending vast amounts of money trying to keep up with all sorts of threats in this new digital age. So, how are companies really doing? Unfortunately, not so well. Indeed, according to PwC's 201 (More)
Every single day, billions of people spend countless seconds, minutes, and hours on social media. Why? This occurs in part because it is the business of social media companies to do their best to hold you captive. They want their sites to be " (More)
Eric J. Sinrod wrote: We Need Internet Stop Signs
Has our ability to stay present in the real world largely been destroyed by the internet? If so, how has that happened? If we erected internet "stop signs" would we be better off? While we were saturated with different sources of information, news (More)
Eric J. Sinrod wrote: Addicted to the Internet?
When we think of addictions, we typically think of alcohol and drugs. But, are many of us addicted to the internet? The answer apparently is a resounding "yes." Indeed, according to a study conducted by scientists in Italy and the United Kingdom, (More)
All countries are not the same when it comes to online freedom and security issues. This is borne out by recent statistics published by Richard Patterson of Comparitech. When it comes to the amount of freedom offered by countries on the internet, (More)
The internet is a relatively new phenomenon. But the following fascinating facts, provided by Inc.com, demonstrate that the internet has gained rapid and ubiquitous traction. For example, while it took 75 years until telephones were used by 50 mil (More)
The internet is just "there" for us and our many online needs. But how often do you think about what it takes to power cyberspace? Well, consider this: Google alone consumes practically the same amount of electricity each year as does the enti (More)
Eric J. Sinrod wrote: Thankful for Technology
At times, it can seem like technology is bringing us down ... We frequently hear about: cyberbullying of teens; online intellectual property infringement; various forms of identity theft, hacking, privacy and security violations, and cyber cri (More)
Intelligence agencies of the United States and the Department of Homeland Security in particular have accused Russia publicly of internet espionage intended to interfere with the US presidential election. In the wake of this accusation, the Obama adm (More)
Eric J. Sinrod wrote: The Internet - Latest Addiction
We routinely hear about all sorts of addictions relating to drugs, alcohol, food, and even sex. But what about internet addiction? Is it real, and is it a problem? The answer to both, unfortunately, is yes. According to a study led by Michael Van (More)