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  • Current Paradoxes In Internet Marketing The Internet
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    Internet Marketing: Paradoxical Paralysis or Proactive Profiteering Introduction - The Potential for Profit Electronic marketing on the Internet has bounded into the forefront of marketing communications. Not because it is a proven medium for marketing but because it offers vast, yet undiscovered potential for profitable business activity. There are many reasons why Internet marketing has achieved such elevated status so rapidly. In this paper we " ll introduce some of those reasons and discuss ...
  • Symptoms Of Internet Addiction Disorder
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    In our modern society, technology has impacted out lives in almost every aspect imaginable. Our life style has become one of the new eras, dealing substantially with strands of new technology each day. Today, many households contain at least one personal computer. The simplest things have all changed in account of newer, better, faster, and more efficient forms of advanced technology. A primary focus can be taken alone on the impact computers have had in our changing world. To narrow the scope f...
  • Every Internet User
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    Privacy on the Internet Ever feel like you are being watched? How about having the feeling like some one is following you home from school? Well that is what it will be like if users do not have the privacy on the Internet they deserve. EPIC (Electronic Privacy Information Center), a advocacy group that has been fighting the Clinton Administration for tougher online consumer protection laws, and other privacy protection agencies have formed to protect the rights and privileges of the Internet us...
  • Internet Users Some Of The Above Problems
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    The Communication Decency Act: The Fight For Freedom of Speech on the Internet The Communication Decency Act is a bill which has insulted our right as American citizens. It a bill which SHOULD not pass. I'll share with you how Internet users are reacting to this bill, and why they say it is unconstitutional. Some individuals disagree with one part of the bill. According to web query / z ? c 104:'s. 652. end: , which has the Communications Decency Act on-line for public viewing, : 'Whoever uses a...
  • Chat Room
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    Chat Rooms and Forums At the fast growing rate of computers and technology, communication had to be improved. As a result, e-mails and chat rooms were formed. The first allows one to send a message to anyone who has Internet and an e-mail address anywhere around the world at no cost (excluding the monthly fee for Internet access). The second enables Internet users to meet people from all over the world. However, the discoveries don't stop there. The newest Internet connections on the market are ...
  • User Access To The Service
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    In most cases cable or DSL companies such as Comcast or Direct PC are just a single type of Internet connection company. But sometimes companies acquire these one-connection companies to make their companies bigger and better such as AOL buying Time Warner. As these companies get bigger and start to offer more types of connections they also start to have more security conflicts. AOL's software for its dial up connection has a firewall built in to it, the firewall protects it users from hackers a...
  • History Of The Internet And Web
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    By default, any definitive history of the Internet must be short, since the Internet (in one form or another) has only been in existence for less than 30 years. The first iteration of the Internet was launched in 1971 with a public showing in early 1972. This first network, known as ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency NETwork) was very primitive by today's standards, but a milestone in computer communications. ARPANET was based upon the design concepts of Larry Roberts (MIT) and was flesh...
  • Largest Recreational Past Times Of Internet Users
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    ... es contained anything obscene yet Time still said, 'There's an awful lot of porn online. ' 26' [Cyberspace] is a safe space in which to explore the forbidden and taboo. It offers the possibility for genuine, unembarrassed conversations about accurate as well as fantasy images of sex,' said Carlin Meyer, a professor at New York Law School. 27 'It is clearly a violation of free speech and it's a violation of the rights of adults to communicate with each other,' House speaker Newt Gingrich shar...
  • 30 Million Users On The Internet
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    Thesis: The vast cyber-frontier is being threatened with censorship from the government. Internet censorship should be left up to the individual not the governments discretion. I. Censoring the Internet. A. Clinton passes the C.D.A.B. Our rights as Americans. C. Exon's victory. D. What's really online. E. Strike to free expression on Compuserve. II. Where the Internet stands now. A. Judges Panel. B. Congress and other's opinions. C. Background information. D. Other opinions.. Solutions. A. Famil...
  • Internet Calls
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    It's on television, in magazines, newspapers, and in our schools. Everywhere you go you hear about the Internet. Dubbed 'The Information Superhighway,' one might think that this network of millions of computers around the globe is as fast and as captivating as television, but with more and more users logging on everyday and staying on longer and longer, this 'Information Superhighway' could be perhaps more correctly referred to as a clogged Los-Angeles expressway at lunch hour. Users are often f...
  • Their Online Advertising Budgets In 1997
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    USERS OF INTERNET Nielsen Media Research, which began studying Internet usage in 1994, reported that in 1995 40% of Americans over the age of 12 had access to computers. (Nielsen Media Research, July 1996) 10% of Americans over 16, were online at that time. In their most recent survey, taken in December 1996 and January 1997, Nielsen reported that 23% of Americans over 16 are now Internet users, an amazing rate of growth. At least 50.6 million Americans are now online, according to Nielsen. (Ass...
  • Average User Of The Internet
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    Sam Vaknin's Psychology, Philosophy, Economics and Foreign Affairs Web Sites The State of the Net: An Interim Report about the Future of the Internet Who are the participants who constitute the Internet? Users - connected to the net and interacting with it The communications lines and the communications equipment The intermediaries (e.g. the suppliers of on-line information or access providers). Hardware manufacturers Software authors and manufacturers (browsers, site development tools, specific...
  • Evolution Debate On The Net
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    Transformation of Media Forms The theory of evolution from paper to the internet The theory of evolution must 'evolve' with the transforming media forms around it to maintain its scientific and social relevance. In other words, it must shift from the conventional media forms such as journals, books and publications and move towards the ways of the internet. Even collective groups of scientists and evolutionists can be shifted from physical to online gatherings via the ways of the internet and it...
  • Major Distribution Of Smut Pictures
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    After threatening the Communications Decency Act (1) with veto's of the past versions, President Bill Clinton signed the bill into law on February 8, 1996. Before hand, congress approved the largest change of the nations communications laws in 62 years. One of the largest controversial topics included in the bill is the censorship of pornography, which now is a strenuously enforced crime of distributing knowingly to children under 18. The congress overwhelmingly passed the bill with a landslide ...
  • Largest Recreational Past Times Of Internet Users
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    A new development being worked on now is Kid Code. This would allow a rating system for each web-page, the user then would be allowed to set the ratings of the pages allowed to their children. Other protective programs are also available such as The Internet Filter, which sends e-mail to the parents if a child enters a sex site. Cyber Patrol is time sensitive and allows restraint on certain times of use and total time online can be set by parents not wanting their kids be on the Internet all day...
  • Symptoms Of Internet Addiction Disorder
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    Internet Users turn into Addicts As I sit here and look across the street, I see my neighbor in front of his own computer; the screen glowing against the window behind him. He does not use his personal computer for work, he is a farmer. He has become what is known as an "Internet Junky". Internet means a network of networks, a super highway that links online services and computer networks at companies, universities, and government agencies all around the world. Internet usage has become very pop...
  • Information Superhighway The Internet
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    The information superhighway The Internet, once concealed inside government agencies and universities, has become the largest single form of communication worldwide. With a number of online individuals exceeding thirty millions and the number of networks that act as gateways for users exceeding fifty thousands, the Internet's boundaries can only be imagined. Often described by the media as the information superhighway, the internet offers to customary users a wide variety of services, but also s...
  • User Of The Free Internet Service
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    Internet can be said as the most significant invention of the century. It simplified many annoying processes such as banking and shopping into one simple step that can be achieved at home. Nevertheless, there are some drawbacks. The control of one's personal data on net is not as easy as in real life. Technologies on net can make tracking one's behaviors and interests without asking for permissions possible. In other words, World Wide Web users may be monitored by someone they do not know. In wh...
  • My Company Uses The Internet The Company
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    How the Internet Originated and What its Basic Construction Is In the 1960's the Department of Defense's Advanced Research Project Agency started a small network to promote the sharing of super-computers amongst researchers in the United States. (PBS Article). In the 1970's, email became popular. This helped people to research projects and discuss topics. The Internet started out with universities and government agencies. In the late 70's into the 80's is when the general public was introduced t...
  • Three Groups Of Internet Addicts
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    On June 14, ABC news reported that an "internet-crazed' Cincinnati woman was arrested for neglecting her three young children. The woman reportedly spent 12 hours straight online, while her hungry kids were locked away in one room so she could be online without interruption. The three kids were placed in county custody while the mother was tossed in jail. The Internet is rapidly becoming an addictive source to a lot of its users. Users of the Internet include students, housewives, and business p...

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