The Helpful & the Malicious: Cookies that Invade your Online Privacy

By Amira Jackson Have you ever been concerned about the personal information you have on the internet being known by others? What about being sold? For a majority of internet users, many have not second guess their personal online privacy because of the false sense that a password offers security and discretion. While many internet…

NO LIMITS: Internet regulation is not the answer

By Albert Williams In America, a government-brewed controversy has left many wondering if the internet ┬ádeserves to be regulated by some form of unseen cyber law enforcement. We should begin by looking at the internet in a empathetic light. Ever since its creation, its sole purpose has been to serve us, to help us access…

Corporations Know (You) Best

By KC Lapidus Today, we rely heavily on the internet in many areas of our lives. Our dependence on the internet to supply us with information has risen so tremendously that 85% of Americans use of ┬áthe internet daily. This is a 153% increase from 2000 (Social Networking Statistics) means there is more information floating…

Internet Regulation? Anyone? Anyone?

The internet is a vast open source of information that has boomed in the 21st century. The problem with the internet is regulation, how do we regulate the intangible information that gets passed around the internet if we should regulate it at all? Not only is regulation become a current issue, but it leads to…