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  • Terrorism in cyberspace to be discussed at Library of Congress on April 1 at noon
    Terrorism in cyberspace to be discussed at Library of Congress on April 1
    A world-renowned expert on terrorism, author and professor Gabriel Weimann, will discuss his latest findings about terrorism in cyberspace and how to counter it, at the Library of Congress on April 1 at noon.The timely discussion of this crucial,...
  • 7 reasons why I won't be 'catfished'
    7 reasons why I won't be 'catfished'
    If you've watched the series "Catfish" on MTV, you've probably related to the show at some time in your life.Nev Shulman and Max Joseph sure know how to stir up the pot. That pot isn't the 420 kind. It's the reality of...
  • Online evangelism: How millions are connecting to Christ in cyberspace
    Online evangelism: How cyberspace is helping millions find Jesus
    "And then he [Jesus] told them [his disciples], “You are to go into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone, everywhere" Mark 16:15.Two thousand years ago, when Jesus issued this command to a fledgling Christian church,...
  • Twitter etiquette: 20 tweets we'd like to trash
    Twitter etiquette: 20 tweets we'd like to trash
    Twitter is exploding in popularity, as millions of internet users post 140-character messages on countless topics. Posts range from quips and quotes to candid photographs to wholly unfounded rumors to breaking news reports and more.By the fall of...
  • The Law of the Horse
    Meet the new web, same as the old West
    I was watching "How the West Was Won," the rather two-dimensional film from the 1960s, when I was realizing the movie seemed to be all about space, and how cyberspace also is a range war, a street fight, the season of conflict, the Net...
  • U.S. Cyber Command
    U.S. Army building its cyber brigade as fast as it can, according to report
    The U.S. Army is building its first cyber brigade as “fast as it can, but the needed skills can be hard to attain”, according to one of Army’s top intelligence officials.“These are not kids coming out of Dover High School...
  • Emma Watson is the most treacherous celebrity in the cyber world
    Emma Watson is the most treacherous celebrity in the cyber world
    Harry Potter's Emma Watson might be cute and seem non threatening but in the cyber world she has been named the most dangerous celebrity by the Intel owned virus protection company, McAfee. If you are a Harry Potter fan and search for Emma...
  • Awestruck
    Awestruck provides new faith-based social media platform
    Many churches and houses of worship are making some attempts to connect to the world of the internet, and to bring a faith presence into Cyberspace. The website and chat forums known as Church USA attract thousands of mostly evangelical members...
  • Three top tips for teaching your kids to use Facebook
    Three top tips for teaching your kids to use Facebook
    Your child turns thirteen and decides he or she wants a Facebook account. Truth be told, most parents don’t even wait until their child turns thirteen to get them started. With cell phones having unlimited data and cameras equipped in them...
  • Cybersecurity Information Sharing and Protection Act
    Senate attempts to pass the Cybersecurity Act in wake of India blackout
    In the heels of the biggest blackout that happened in India, where three electric grids collapsed in a cascade Tuesday cutting power to 620 million people, CISPA - the Cybersecurity Information Sharing and Protection Act - is getting bombarded...
  • What Apple wants Apple gets, now turn over that parking space
    What Apple wants Apple gets, now turn over that parking space
    Investing in Internet domain names is big business for some, but according to a July 1, 2012, article at Computer World, if you're sitting on a domain that includes the word “Apple”, “iPad” or “iPhone” you...
  • The Beatles Social Network
    Behind the Beatles Social Network: an interview with administrator David Bedford
    The Beatles Social Network,online since March, is a relatively new cyber gathering place to bring Beatles fans together online. We asked David Bedford, author of “Liddypool,” and administrator of the site, about its origin and what the...
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    Pentagon declares U.S. military ready for war on internet battlefield
    The Pentagon released on Thursday the long promised Defense Department plan for using the internet as a domain of war. The nineteen page document titled the "Department of Defense Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace" is light on details...
  • 100129-N-8273J-048 FT. MEADE, Md. (Jan. 29, 2010) Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead salutes Vice Adm. Barry McCullough, commander of U.S. Fleet Cyber Command and U.S. 10th Fleet at the commissioning ceremony for U.S. Fleet Cyber Command.
    US Navy Cyber Command now located at Ft. Meade
    The United States Navy has introduced the US Navy Cyber Command in Maryland. Admiral Gary Roughead, CNO (Chief Naval Officer) officially established the US FCC (Fleet Cyber Command) at Fort George G. Meade, MD on 29 January 2011. He named Vice...
  • SF subgenres: What is virtual reality?
    SF subgenres: What is virtual reality?
    As speculative fiction has grown and evolved, the original sub-genres of science fiction, fantasy and horror have fractured into even more sub-genres. In this series of "SF subgenres," I'll not only identify and define these sub...