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Thirty-five state plus the Federal Government have various forms of computer crime legislation on the books. These laws plus additional ones which are being added each year attempt to make computer related crime less attractive to individuals and groups who are willing to risk fines and...
The people who invented computer passwords obviously never met Charlie Fox. During my high school years, I worked Saturdays and Summers at Hampton General Store, in the small New England village of Hampton, Connecticut. Charlie Fox was the postman. For many years, every day at 3:30 PM Charlie...
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