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Just who is teaching whom?
Written by Editor   
Friday, 07 December 2007 02:28

In August of 2006, a girl met a boy. Where? On myspace, of course. The teen had been contacted by the boy who claimed to have moved from Florida to nearby O'Fallon. Their Internet relationship blossomed over the next six weeks, and the girl was on cloud nine. But then, the proverbial hammer fell and on Sunday, October 15, 2006, the boy contacted her stating he wanted to break off their relationship.

 
What's the Use of Restricting Student-Teacher Interactions on Facebook?
Written by Allison   
Sunday, 16 October 2011 23:48

Restricting student-teacher interactions helps preserve the integrity of the student-teacher relationship and encourages respect both ways. On Facebook, students and teachers both communicate with peers in their respective age groups in ways that might not be appropriate from one group to the other. However, the fact that a teacher has a Facebook account makes many students feel their teacher is open to this type of peer-to-peer communication. Even if there is no inappropriate contact whatsoever, parents who see their children are Facebook friends with their teachers may nevertheless assume teachers are getting too much into their children's personal space.

 
Surfing the Hackpocalypse: Cyber Jihadists
Written by Editor   
Thursday, 24 February 2011 17:35
"We're facing a very great threat of loosely-coupled, organizational networks that increasingly rely on IT infrastructure to coordinate their movements and recruit young disenfranchised, apathetic guys as suicidal pawns in a sophisticated, dispersed movement. (...)" (AHM, Usenet, September 21, 2001)
   
Blogsphere Deathtrip
Written by Editor   
Monday, 30 January 2006 04:37

Blogging began as an online journal of sorts whose initial goal created a means for jotting down thoughts or memorable moments and sharing them with family and friends. There were always the lone blogger, of course.

 
Surfing the Hackpocalypse: Hacker Gangs
Written by Editor   
Thursday, 17 February 2011 19:06

Meet Jim Script Kiddie (skiddie). He is the guy (usually in his early to mid teens) who comes into a hacker forum, asking inane questions like, "how can I be a hacker?" He also tends to over-indulge in "hacker speak" making him look pretty much like a moron to seasoned (and not so) computer netizens.

 
MySpace philes
Written by Editor   
Wednesday, 03 May 2006 10:35

Trench of MyCrimeSpace posted an interesting tidbit regarding Massachusetts AG Tom Reillys challenge to myspace. I say interesting simply because I do not have a great deal of faith in myspace's alleged commitment to tighten up security in an attempt to make their venue safer for teens.

 
No Sympathy for the Devil
Written by caffienerain   
Wednesday, 10 May 2006 13:46

First of all, let me say thank you to everyone on this blog. One, for making it possible, and two, for letting me be here. Shadow asked me to write an article concerning Kevin Underwood, and the other victims that were concerned. Those that were nameless. Those that werent on the news. Those like me.

 
Surfing the Hackpocalypse: The New Old War
Written by Editor   
Saturday, 12 February 2011 03:33

In 1956, FBI Director, J. Edgar Hoover initiated a program, code-named COINTELPRO (counter intelligence program) ushering in what would become the mainstay for how intelligence communities dealt with domesitic affairs. The sole directive of this program was "to expose, disrupt, misdirect, discredit, or otherwise neutralize" the activities of various dissidents and their leaders.

 
Myspace, meatspace
Written by Editor   
Sunday, 19 February 2006 13:42

I have other articles I planned to finish however in browsing tonights news, I was distracted by the recent flurry over myspace. Here are just a few headlines culled from the last two weeks:

 
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