Internet Security: Legend or Myth?


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30 June 2006



The Internet is sort of like a town where your local crack house can put up a front window that looks just like Boots, and teenagers can hotwire most people's cars and start playing bumper cars on the M40. Is this a place that anyone would want to visit, much less live in? What can we do about it?

John Levine writes, speaks and consults on a variety of issues relating to the Internet, electronic mail, cybersecurity, and related topics.

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