Is Internet Access an inalienable right for individuals and organizations? Does net access come with responsibilities similar to driving a car, which failure to abide by can result in limiting or denying access entirely? The UN and other countries have called Internet access a basic human right. Is Internet Access a basic human right or a privilege to be earned and maintained by good behavior?
When we were young, a simple lock gave all the protection we needed and passwords were required only to enter childhood forts. Today’s connected world creates new safety risks for kids. But you can change that. Kids need security professionals, like you, to volunteer to teach them how to stay safe online and how to use the Internet in ways that won’t jeopardize their privacy or damage their reputations. A few hours of your time could mean a lifetime of safety to a child.
In the absence of personal relationships, we have no choice but to substitute confidence for trust, compliance for trustworthiness. This progression has enabled society to scale to unprecedented complexity, but has also permitted massive global failures. In a world completely reliant on technology, a cataclysmic disaster is waiting to happen. As menacing computer malfunctions pop up around the world, some with deadly results, the protagonist realizes that there isn’t much time if he hopes to prevent an international catastrophe.