Should Internet users feel confident with their security
Lets not kid ourselves, we have opened all sorts of doors when we decided to step into the wide and wacky world of Internet services. Most will agree that the Internet has provided many opportunities for anyone looking for information or ways to communicate with people with the same interests. Social networking has brought people together who would probably never have found each other again, unless they happen to accept that invitation for the class reunion that we always seem to hear so much about.
Even though it can sometimes be a hit or miss event, many have also found true love through relationship facilitators. Sites like Match.com and eharmony have managed to put together some of the more promising connections that could have surprised almost anyone. Unfortunately, some people have become so reliant on these sites that they are quick to drop their defense and end up in far away places like Aruba, never to be heard from again.
With every good thing that develops, there are probably 10 more that uses it for bad. Scam artists are frequently bombarding users with promises of making big bucks, for them only to come to grips with the fact that it is the scam artist who is the one making all the money. Wrong doers are presently using all this technology to help them in their desire to steal cars, through hacking the same systems that are designed to protect the owners. Unless the relevant authorities step in, this situation will only get worse and all of the Internet superhighway will be an unused piece of desert road.