The hunger in poor nations for going online is not without danger. With improved access, comes the threat of ever more internet security violations. As delegates at last week’s UN net summit in Geneva focused on how information technology can be used to improve the lives of the poor, others highlighted the issue of safe surfing. “Computers and networks are becoming what’s called a utility,” said Rheinhold Scholl who works with the International Telecommunication Union, the UN group that organised the event. “A utility is something that you notice when you don’t have it anymore. And the same is becoming truer for computers and networks. Full Story
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