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The Resource Internet safety, edited by Richard Joseph Stein

Internet safety, edited by Richard Joseph Stein

Label
Internet safety
Title
Internet safety
Statement of responsibility
edited by Richard Joseph Stein
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
TK5105.875.I57
LC item number
I5735 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Stein, Richard Joseph
Series statement
The reference shelf
Series volume
v. 81, no. 2
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  • Internet
  • Internet
  • Computer crimes
  • Internet
  • Computers and families
Label
Internet safety, edited by Richard Joseph Stein
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Reprints of previously published magazine and newspaper articles
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [163]-173) and index
Contents
  • Marji McClure
  • Deleting your digital past--for good
  • Tracy Mayor
  • Dead teen's mother : misdemeanor convictions a "stepping stone" in cyberbullying case
  • Kim Zetter
  • Cyberspace threats and vulnerabilities (excerpted from The national strategy to secure cyberspace)
  • U.S. Department of Homeland Security
  • National policy and guiding principles (excerpted from The national strategy to secure cyberspace)
  • U.S. Department of Homeland Security
  • Viruses, spam, and netbots
  • Safety in numbers: an overview of Internet safety
  • Malware, spyware, spamware, beware
  • Yan Barcelo
  • Beware the digital zombies
  • John Markoff
  • Bugging broadband
  • Charles Arthur
  • A slice of apple
  • Seth Colaner
  • On-line identity theft
  • Online identity theft
  • Importance of cybersecurity increases as online attacks get more dangerous
  • Brigitte Acoca
  • Questions about online identity theft
  • Reid Goldsborough
  • Guard yourself against identity theft on social networks
  • Pamela Yip
  • Swiped, stolen and sold
  • The New York Times
  • Startup plans to solve online identity theft, but does anyone care?
  • Alexander Gelfand
  • Internet safety for teens and children
  • Daniel Fowler
  • Kids put online safety first
  • Marianne McGee
  • When teens turn cyberbullies
  • Paris S. Strom and Robert D. Strom
  • Patrolling Web 2.0
  • Robert Losinski -- Sex predator
  • Asra Q. Nomani
  • Survey finds teens solicit students more than adult predators
  • School Violence Alert
  • Lori Drew is a meanie
  • Newly nasty
  • Emily Bazelon
  • Decoding MySpace
  • Michelle Andrews
  • Online photos put hazing in the spotlight
  • Stacy A. Teicher
  • New ways of war: cyberattacks
  • The new e-spionage threat
  • Brian Grow, Keith Epstein, and Chi-Chu Tschang
  • When do online attacks cross the line into cyberwar?
  • Alex Kingsbury
  • The economist
  • Russia accused of unleashing cyberwar to disable Estonia
  • Ian Traynor
  • It's cyberwar!
  • Michael Petrou
  • The flaw at the heart of the Internet
  • Erica Naone
  • Cybercriminals can't get away with it like they used to
  • Jon Swartz
  • Cyber-attack operations near
  • David A. Fulghum
  • Browsers : the new threat landscape
  • Andrew Garcia
  • Web 2.0 security
Control code
301889903
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
viii, 176 p.
Isbn
9780824210892
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2009007443
System control number
(OCoLC)301889903
Label
Internet safety, edited by Richard Joseph Stein
Publication
Note
Reprints of previously published magazine and newspaper articles
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [163]-173) and index
Contents
  • Marji McClure
  • Deleting your digital past--for good
  • Tracy Mayor
  • Dead teen's mother : misdemeanor convictions a "stepping stone" in cyberbullying case
  • Kim Zetter
  • Cyberspace threats and vulnerabilities (excerpted from The national strategy to secure cyberspace)
  • U.S. Department of Homeland Security
  • National policy and guiding principles (excerpted from The national strategy to secure cyberspace)
  • U.S. Department of Homeland Security
  • Viruses, spam, and netbots
  • Safety in numbers: an overview of Internet safety
  • Malware, spyware, spamware, beware
  • Yan Barcelo
  • Beware the digital zombies
  • John Markoff
  • Bugging broadband
  • Charles Arthur
  • A slice of apple
  • Seth Colaner
  • On-line identity theft
  • Online identity theft
  • Importance of cybersecurity increases as online attacks get more dangerous
  • Brigitte Acoca
  • Questions about online identity theft
  • Reid Goldsborough
  • Guard yourself against identity theft on social networks
  • Pamela Yip
  • Swiped, stolen and sold
  • The New York Times
  • Startup plans to solve online identity theft, but does anyone care?
  • Alexander Gelfand
  • Internet safety for teens and children
  • Daniel Fowler
  • Kids put online safety first
  • Marianne McGee
  • When teens turn cyberbullies
  • Paris S. Strom and Robert D. Strom
  • Patrolling Web 2.0
  • Robert Losinski -- Sex predator
  • Asra Q. Nomani
  • Survey finds teens solicit students more than adult predators
  • School Violence Alert
  • Lori Drew is a meanie
  • Newly nasty
  • Emily Bazelon
  • Decoding MySpace
  • Michelle Andrews
  • Online photos put hazing in the spotlight
  • Stacy A. Teicher
  • New ways of war: cyberattacks
  • The new e-spionage threat
  • Brian Grow, Keith Epstein, and Chi-Chu Tschang
  • When do online attacks cross the line into cyberwar?
  • Alex Kingsbury
  • The economist
  • Russia accused of unleashing cyberwar to disable Estonia
  • Ian Traynor
  • It's cyberwar!
  • Michael Petrou
  • The flaw at the heart of the Internet
  • Erica Naone
  • Cybercriminals can't get away with it like they used to
  • Jon Swartz
  • Cyber-attack operations near
  • David A. Fulghum
  • Browsers : the new threat landscape
  • Andrew Garcia
  • Web 2.0 security
Control code
301889903
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
viii, 176 p.
Isbn
9780824210892
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2009007443
System control number
(OCoLC)301889903

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