For example, we can seek to promote media literacy and Internet safety education, which could include the development of model curricula; support for professional development materials for teachers on Internet safety and media literacy; and outreach to educate parents, teachers, librarians, and other adults about Internet safety education issues.
This is especially the case as many privacy and surfing issues are non-regulated. At the moment technology is changing very quickly, so that it is difficult for rules and procedures to be established and enforced, as change is the only constant.
INTERNET PRIVACY is a murky, complicated issue full of conflicting interests, misinformation, innuendo and technology snafus. On the face of it, e-commerce companies and privacy advocates are Author: Bob Sullivan.
If you use a computer to access the internet and pay for the service yourself, you signed up with an Internet Service Provider (ISP). Your ISP provides the mechanism for connecting to the internet. Each computer connected to the internet, including yours, has a unique address, known as an IP address (Internet Protocol address).