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Introduction Would someones foraging your garbage for pieces of your information and fumbling your mailbox a nuisance to you What about someone going through your bag and wallet for a quick look How about someone tailing you wherever you go just like Web sites which keeps track of your every move and walk off with your personal information and use it as merchandise for business without your permission or any concern of invading into your privacy Since Internet begins privacy issues are growing concerns for online users and the problem became more severe each day As adults and children all of us face a new area of danger from the Internet A list of some of the dangers children and adults routinely encounter on the Internet that may or may not lead to loss of privacy pedophiles online dating and cybersex hate groups pornography incorrect information hoaxes threats viruses and other malicious self-replicating code junk e-mail chain letters and Ponzi schemes get-rich-quick schemes Nigerian 4-1-9 scam stolen software stolen music and video plagiarism criminal hackers hacktivists online auctions online gambling buying on the Web games spyware and scumware addiction theft of identity Protection for myself Every site I ever visited other than those sites access on behalf of the company knows nothing about me or my preferences Oops except one - the only that had began my phobia of revealing my real personal information and shopping online with my credit card To be honest I did all these deliberately I am really sick and tired of receiving spams I have registered up to six free email accounts One for work second for friends and relatives third for course-mates and lecturers fourth for contact related to my child fifth for trusted businesses sixth for miscellaneous Privacy
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