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Please use this discussion board to post your weekly reading reviews. Be sure you have carefully followed all directions as outlined in the syllabus (*See Appendix A). Also, be sure to respond to 3 peers at minimum. These will be graded and I expect very thoughtful, clean, well-written posts. The final chapter of Keen's book was lengthy and unfortunately nothing it the chapter stood out to me. However, the conclusion did involve him restating the Internet is not the answer. In my opinion, the internet has pros and cons, as do many other things in life. It's how you choose to use it; people use it to start businesses, gain knowledge, meet and interact with people all over the world. Moreover, we know that there are some who uses it to cyberbully, terrorize, and commit fraud and other ridiculous crimes. If people
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Unformatted text preview: use the internet in a more positive way, and a way that is beneficial to them then maybe the internet is the answer. Continuing, in Chapter 10, Reddick (2012) discusses information privacy and the three groups of Americans and how they view privacy. Those who are completely private, those who have no concern and those who give up their information if they can receive something in return. Furthermore, this goes back my previous statement about how you use the internet; people who easily give out their information and have no concern about their privacy online are more susceptible to online threats. References Keen, A. (2015). The internet is not the answer . London: Atlantic Books. Reddick, C. G. (2012). Public administration and information technology . Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett...
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