Cyber Security: What are we talking about?

With the rise of social media tools and services, we are now “staying open” and “staying connected”. The impact of these technological changes is public. And also our society has not yet reached an agreement on what these changes mean. Increased communication levels pose many of the biggest challenges to established ethics.

The current paper on government talk about cybersecurity is about “cybersecurity” for children. As Malcolm Turnbull Communications Secretary Paul Fletcher said last week. That to protect children from cyberbullying.

However, the biggest problem is that there are about a generation. And its a half parents who have not yet grown up with this technology. They had no childhood mediation with an online person with online friends.

These parents may not be able to help their children with experiences. So, that they are not familiar with. If a child spends almost as much time online as offline. Also he or she may not understand what to expect from social media services.

However, the problems surrounding these issues. And the changing processes of social interaction required in temporary internet communities. Also outweigh those associated with a single “at risk” population. How do you support vulnerable people in different communities. And including friends and loved ones?

To effectively advise parents, the government must breathe a sigh of relief and strive to articulate these issues. Negotiating with the government on the matter is expected to be a positive step in this regard.

False media alarm

One of the methods of cybersecurity media representation is to break the distinction. And its between various harassment cases. For example, we see a mixture of racism and xenophobia and racist threats thrown at adults by a social network and the “secret bullying” of peers on some social networks. I will.

One of the myths established by the internet, the visible society is based on maintaining order and eradicating enmity within such a society

They express a strong desire to help parents at the expense of informing a basic understanding of the relationship between access, performance and ownership on social media.

A special issue of the journal Trolling and Negative Spaces of the Internet, recently published by the Fibre culture Journal, contains articles that partially describe the long history of deliberate and deliberate disruption, disorder, and conflicting online practices.

Understanding online behavior

As the number of articles in the journal indicates, treading practices are largely a matter of tradition. This means that they have meanings that most people would not know about. And that they do not even want to know. Similar to the long-standing problem of adults who understand new forms of music and trends in fashion. And a very repetitive subculture composed of “memes” and “trolling” understands what is going on. It does not depend on most people.

A subculture arranged around a “meme” depends on the fact. And that most people do not understand what is really going on. I know your meme

One of the most important ways to prevent the public from “getting”. And that is to make these memes and processes as aggressive as possible. And “Insults” must removed from all moral links. Rather, it is a clear indication of “anger” shared on social media as quickly as the meme itself. Not only captions for captions, but also for invitations to anger and entertainment shared. In the heart of

The problem is the fears that have emerged in the community over the past decade. And that is about how our online life reflects our general public health. The impact of this problem on middle-aged people facing aging. And also their parents with children in elementary school, and businesses. So, that protect their users and the dignity of the internet are all different.


In addition to questions about ethics and social interaction. Also there is the impact of “big data” programs where online actions are “calculated” and “monitored”. Many people just think of Google. And that is incorporates daily shopping practices with Coles or Woolworths. And both of which exchange “loyalty cards” for that purpose.

The reason for insisting on distinguishing between different social contexts online is that technical or technological. Also changes require careful consideration and limited policy compliance.

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