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Web Stalkers
Chapter 1 -
The Illusion of Anonymity

Privacy on the Web?

In addition to providing access to useful information for the conduct of business, the Internet has generated an entirely new avenue for recreation and leisure time. Chat rooms, blogs and online multi-player games are popular ways to spend time and interact with others. The majority of Internet users are unaware that these venues keep a file or record of the information exchanged within the confines of that area, sometimes saving information automatically to an archive for future reference.

Anyone using the Internet today must be aware that anything stored by a computer is likely to have a much longer lifespan than fragments of casual conversation shared between friends. As a result of computer storage capabilities, words written and forgotten long ago can resurface many years later.

The reality of life is that with a few minutes and a few dollars, information can be obtained on almost anyone. This chapter will explain why these data sources are available and what, if anything, can be done to keep personal information private.

The above text is an excerpt from:

Web Stalkers
Protect yourself from Internet Criminals & Psychopaths
ISBN 0-97-45993-9-5

by Donald K. Burleson, Stephen Andert

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