Internet Privacy

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  • Pros And Cons Of Cybercrime

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    Crime refers to any crime that involves a computer and a network .Net crime refers to criminal exploitation of the Internet. Such crimes may threaten a nation’s security and financial health. Issues surrounding this type of crime have become high-profile, particularly those surrounding cracking, copyright infringement, child pornography, and child grooming. There are also problems of privacy when confidential information is lost or intercepted, lawfully or otherwise. The computer may have been used in

  • Wall Street Argumentative Essay

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    shut down in the area as New York authorities have demonstrated a priority towards the oldest profession over white collar crime. Wall Street has been given a free pass, yet the federal government has dedicated extensive resources into prosecuting Internet

  • Causes Of The Industrial Revolution

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    Industrial revolution 4.0, the era where a range of new technologies are combing with the physical, biological and digital worlds, creating an impact in all industries and economies in different ways. There have been 4 revolutions, where the 1st industrial revolution led to the operation of iron and textile industries plus the invention of the steam engine. The 2nd revolution, it was a period of growth for industries and expansion, such as steel, electricity, oil and use electric power for mass

  • E-Marketing Literature Review

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    et al., 2010). It acts as a trading platform where it does not involve in sell or buy goods, and service traded on the platform but support seller in establishing new business relationship through the trading platform. E-marketplaces include all internet-based technical solutions to facilitate the establishment of new or existing trading relationships between buyer and seller. E-marketplaces have brought a major impact on both consumer and organization perspective in business

  • The Pros And Cons Of Cybercrime

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    World Wide Web in 1989 by Tim Berners-Lee, the way in which information is shared and how people communicate changed entirely (“Internet” par. 4). The Internet provides a way for people to research vast amounts of information, buy and sell items without leaving home, share data such as pictures or video instantly, and much more. Although numerous benefits come from the Internet, it has also laid out a platform for an entirely new from of crime, cybercrime. Cybercrime is an offense in which a computer

  • Importance Of Cyber Security

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    They have set their aim to ‘create a culture of info-security’ among Malaysians. Most of people looks for informations infrastructure and their uses rather than the safety and security perspective. For example, if we use Internet banking, we must be aware with the risk factor and when we use social networking sites like Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, we must be aware of the risk dealing with strangers in these sites. They aim to build a culture of security through awareness

  • Impact Of Digitalisation

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    It provides privacy and hard to steal Environment • There is now less need for travelling as digitisation offers video conference calling and that means less emissions • There is now less emissions from cars, trucks and other road vehicles • The introduction of eBooks

  • The Importance Of Recruitment And Selection

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    Recruitment and Selection are the two most important functions of Human Resource Management. We can say recruitment precedes selection. It includes finding potential employees and attracting them to apply for the job in an organization. Selection is the process of finding out the most suitable candidate for the job. Recruitment is the first stage in the process which continues with selection and ends with the placement of candidate. We can also say that Recruitment is a positive term whereas Selection

  • Technology In Banking Sector

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    shift in the functioning of banks and delivery of banking services. Today most of the transactions can be done from home and customers need not visit branch for anything. Technology is no longer an enabler but a business driver. The growth of internet, mobiles and communication technology has added a different dimension to the banking sector. IT started

  • The Importance Of Data Security

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    computers are, tedious, fraudulent and intractable activities have arose due to the increasing and continual usage of computer systems all over the world. Information or data security is a major topic in the world of computers and it refers to a digital privacy measure applied to prevent unauthorized access to computers, websites and databases. Information security is a technique that ensures that data stored in a computer