Blog: The Dangers of Keyloggers

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by Miles Jolley, Associate Staff   A few college kids have recently found themselves in federal hot water for taking advantage of campus computers.  For two different but sinister ends, Matthew Weaver and Marcus Barrington used keyloggers to steal others’ online usernames and passwords.  If you’re like me, you have …

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Blog: Should Search Engines be Responsible for Personal Information on the Internet?

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by Spencer Mead, Associate Staff Should Search Engines be Responsible for Personal Information on the Internet?               Advances in technology and the Internet have revolutionized how human beings interact. 20 years ago, embarrassing moments were rarely caught on camera. However, those recorded gems started one of the most popular …

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Blog: NSA Surveillance, the Boston Bombing, and Political Incentives

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  by Walton Milam, Associate Staff   The National Security Agency’s surveillance of domestic electronic communication has garnered much attention in recent months.  The NSA apparently has access to immense databases that the government claims will protect Americans from international and domestic terrorist threats.  While the extent of the NSA’s …

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